35 Burst results for "Santiago"
Silverado Fire: Two Firefighters Seriously Hurt, 7,000+ Acres Burned, Zero Containment, Los Angeles
"Well of course, story today is been the wind and eventually what came with the wind event some fires. The biggest of which is over four thousand acres burned in. Orange. County. They call it these Silverado fire it's in eastern Orange County and the area affected the most or some neighborhoods. In Irvine. They have had difficulty because of the winds using air support to help contain this fire. Burning out near Yorba Linda. But the tough news we got a couple of hours ago with regards to the Orange County fire near Irvine is at a COUPLA, firefighters were severely burned covering this for Kfi news is Corbin Carson with the latest on what's going on in Orange County forbidden from the looks on television the wind is still blowing very strongly. Yeah it picks up an in. It drops off I'm still over here at the O C Global Medical Center where those firefighters were were were abroad. But yes, as you mentioned all throughout the day, we have seen these really strong winds is knocking stuff all over the streets kicking down a flagpoles and you know campaign signs you name it it's just it's mates from for some really tough conditions in and as we've just heard that the Fire that started in Santiago Canyon. This morning is now to seventy, two hundred acres, and then the fire that I'm about to be headed to. Now that over near your Yorba Linda has grown to over a thousand acres. We're hearing that there's a possibly one structure burned. So I'm going to check that out right now, and we just recently also heard all the new evacuations for the area we got that update from division chief Shane sure would. Mandatory evacuation orders here in the city of Irvine, their impacting approximately ninety thousand, eight hundred residents. So all residents north of Irvine Boulevard from Jamboree to Bake Parkway. As well as from Irvine, boulevard south to Bianca, road from Jeffrey Road East to patrol high high school all under mandatory evacuations. Also the communities in the city of lake forest, Baker ranch and Foothill ranch are also under mandatory evacuations. So as you just heard ninety thousand people more than ninety, nine, thousand people affected by these new orders. So a lot of people being asked to move those people around those areas that are not specifically affected they are being told stay ready in case. The wind shifts or they are told some at some point to move and that people can check with their local areas too as to where to get the latest updates and make sure that they're ready to go if needed. But earlier as you also mentioned, we had a couple of firefighters this afternoon that were out there they were they were on the hand crews and one was twenty, six years old one was thirty one years old the the the hankers part of their. Clearing the line and making sure they're trying to get some kind of containment on these fires as they're moving as fast as they can, and unfortunately we heard from OC fire authority Brian Fantasy that two of them were severely burned. This afternoon here is him making bringing this tough news to US earlier one of the hardest things? Any fire chief can do is is to report. Out on one. One of the firefighter family members have been injured or. Or worse. This is. A tough for me. Tougher all my firefighters. And certainly for the families of my two injured firefighters. One of them, a twenty, six year old and one of them at thirty one year old. One has sixty five percent burns both second and third degree. The second has fifty percent. Both second and third degree burns, and so what we're hearing is currently the families are here with them at the OC global, medical center that both have been intimated and aren't able to speak and they are in critical condition. But again, as you guys in, we were talking about a couple of hours ago just these winds that have been going through this area. I. Was Talking to a meteorologist about what to expect earlier on this and he told me that Sandiego. Canyon is his right in this wind corridor of OC. In that, you know this morning he had seen and we've already heard gust close to one hundred miles per hour in different areas. He says, these wins did a complete one eighty from onshore to offshore all part of this massive system bringing snow from Canada to Mexico this week. So we're really expecting these winds where everyone's keeping an eye out and being ready to go of necessary. The
Violent fires across greater Los Angeles area near Irvine
"Crews are trying to get a hold on that wind whipped fire burning through the Santiago Canyon area near Irvine. Silverado Fire has now exploded to more than 7200 Acre since it began this morning amid dangerous red flag fire conditions. Orange County Fire Authority captain Brian Fennessy spoke with ABC seven. This fire is going to continue to cross and encroach upon the homes in multiple areas, so our priority right now is getting people evacuated out of the path of the fire. Two firefighters have been critically hurt here. Both are suffering. 2nd and 3rd Degree burns Cruiser dealing with gusty Santa Ana winds, dangerously low humidity and critically dry vegetation
Coming write-up: Chile votes to overhaul its constitution
"The votes are in. Yesterday Chileans decided by an overwhelming majority to scrap and replace their dictatorship. Eric. Constitution. Bluesy Thomas. WHO Come in. Give President Sebastian. Benita said it was the beginning of a new path for the country. Wants to soon peretti Chile's constitution was introduced under Augusto. Pinochet the dictator who ruled by terror for nearly two decades he lost power after a plebiscite in nineteen eighty eight. United in opposition to the regime of General Pinochet was the biggest political rally yet seen in the capital, but the constitution remained. Later governments amended it dozens of times but for many Chileans, the constitution's most fundamental provisions to blame for the inequality and poor public services that plague one of America's wealthiest countries. Year ago mass protests erupted. At least thirty people died and thousands were injured. There were yet distractions in the run-up to yesterday's vote. Now the country will get a chance to recast its national charter quietening some concerns but perhaps raising new ones. Chileans blame the constitution of nine hundred for lot. That's wrong with the country Brooke Unger is our America editor in many ways looking from the outside there's not a lot wrong with Chile. It's got one of the highest per capita incomes in the region. It's reduced poverty very dramatically. It's had political stability for the past thirty years but there are also big problems and people who have been growing increasingly unhappy with those problems over the past decade decade and a half. So what were the issues with it if the outcome has seen? So stable in the meantime, several things inequality remain relatively high and I think most important really was a feeling that large because of the constitution the way. The public services were delivered resulted in low quality and great unfairness the constitution kind of privileges, the private sector in Chile, and the reason for that is that Pinochet had kind of an intellectual alliance with the so-called University of Chicago economists who were very pro free market and they wrote into the constitution lots of guarantees to protect the private sector and to give the private sector a pretty substantial role in providing public services like health care pensions, education and people have looked at that and become increasingly unhappy with the results of that system has brought. So how do you think it is that a rewriting of the constitution will will address all of these concerns I, think that the new Constitution will probably end up making Chile more social democratic than it is, for example, the constitution now says that people have a right to contribute either to a privately run or a publicly run healthcare system, which has resulted in a kind of a two tier system where the richer in the private system and most people are in the public system and the bulk of people feel that they're not very well served by that kind of two tier system. So I would expect some language that would allow the state to play a greater role in the health system that would allow taxation to play a role in funding a public health system and one of the things that reformers wants to. Do is to insert this idea of equality of opportunity into the constitution which doesn't have the American meaning. It basically means that they want the state to be in a position to ensure that all Chilean's are treated equally, and so that will I think lessen the role of the private sector in the provision of public services, and that's the real crux of it. What voters most want changed other things that probably will change some people say that the Chilean system is sort of hyper presidential. The president has a lot of power in Chile only the president can initiate tax and spending bills. For example Congress can do that. The president can determine which issues congress prioritizes the regions in Chile don't. have their own tax-raising powers. So all of these things tend to concentrate power in the capital and in the hands of the presidency and I would expect to see that being changed. It'll be interesting to see whether the constitution's ban on abortion is upheld. Imagine that will be a very controversial issue. So Chile is at a point where it could change in lots of pretty profound ways but I mean how even to go about that to start from scratch on kind of the working document of a whole country one of the choices that voters made yesterday was on how to rewrite the new constitution and what they decided was that there would be a newly elected assembly consisting entirely of. New Representatives which under the law will be half female and an election that new body will be held in April and that body will then I believe have a year to write a new constitution. So it really will in theory start with a blank piece of paper. One of the complicating issues will be that as this assembly is sitting and arguing and drafting chilly, we'll be moving into a political season. There are presidential elections, national elections to be held in November of next year. So it's pretty foreseeable that you know the politics of the presidential election will feed into the thinking of the drafters and vice versa it's going to be a very fraud I suspect and controversial process so. The potential gains seem fairly clear here, but is there some risk when starting from scratch like this? I think there is a risk Chile has in many ways been a pretty successful country and you can imagine that you know taken to extremes chilly ends up moving not so much in the direction of social democracy. But in the direction of populism being one of the things that probably will happen is that you'll have new rights inserted into the constitution like a right to housing for example now, that doesn't sound like a bad thing but the question will be is the government than on the hook for kind of bottomless spending on all these new rights spending that will either result in. Enormous deficits or crushing taxation I think the danger of that is limited to some extent by the fact that each clause of the new constitutional have to be approved by a two-thirds majority of this assembly. So I think the risks are limited to some extent. It was interesting to see that the very richest districts voted against the idea of a new constitution and after the results of the vote were clear you we had celebrations in the middle of Santiago. So instead of protests, there was a great sense of celebration. So I think that's a sense of national consensus process needs to happen, and it'll be very interesting to see if that national consensus hold up as the process actually gets underway. Brooke. Thank you very much for joining us. Thank you, Jason.
Interview with Curtis Pierce Author of "Pacific on the Right: Two Pilots, One Airplane, a Lifetime of Memories"
"That is the book about flying down at Chile and first of all. I guess the question is why in the world did you fly a one seventy two from where you aren't Phoenix all the way down to Santiago Chile you could have just put it in a crate ship. Well, that's a that's a good question and I guess I'll answer it with a with a quick story I would instructor for several years and loved instructing I love teaching I. Had I don't know forty fifty students that I did sign offs four and countless other students that were you know checkouts and be Afars and and so on. But I especially my private students I always. Trying to instill in them the idea that that this is something that you you're going to do forever you want to get that certificate you WanNa keep it current you wanna find that joy if lying the rest of us have already figured out and one of the ways that I told them to kind of do that or suggested. Is that they avoid the trap of the Hundred Dollar Hamburger in my time as an instructor I saw so many students would you know get their their private and they would fly for a couple years? They'd go have breakfast. You know an hour away couple of hours away and whatever, and just do kind of. You know little runs day trips and stuff and they got bored because you know after a while you've been all the places that are in our way and you know you, you've already had every dish on the menu at your favorite airport restaurant and then you get bored. And so I I always told my students you know You know rent the plane overnight go places take your family you know make it make it kind of a gateway to all these experiences that you can't have with the airlines are or just by road tripping around. And one of my students who really took that to heart and he bought a brand new Cessna one, seventy, two and told me hey I I. WanNa buy this plane and I want to fly it to Chile after I, pick it up and I said. And you know you can just take the wings off and put it in a container and You know in a couple of months it'll be waiting for you. And he laughed he goes well, aren't you the guy that told me I should go fly and have adventures and not just do the hunter dollar hamburger and I said well yeah. And so that was how we came to do it. He he was my private student he bought the airplane delivered. maybe a month or two before he got his private we spent another month or two of getting the equipment we needed and flying off the I fifty hours on the engine. You know to go through the break in period so we could switch to regular oil. And obviously, you know we didn't want to be surprised by any bugs or any any issues with the airplane that we might find. We didn't have any and so we we did that fifty hours and then we on a very cold November morning in Scottsdale Arizona we we took off for Santa Iago. Wow and that's But there's a little bit of planning ahead though before we just jumped on the plane and win so tells us a little bit about that as far as going down because I'm sure it took like a month or a month or whatever to get down there. How did you go about especially with a brand new student planning a trip through multiple countries, different types of aerospace down to Chile well it started out with him saying, how do we do this and me saying you know I've never actually flown out of the country before. The my student who became my very good friend that where we're still very good friends to this day more than twenty years later. He was a very successful businessman from Chile. had businesses all over central and south. America. was very well versed in business and in traveling and kind of negotiating the red tape of doing business in other countries, and so he he didn't know the nation part of it, but but he was already a depth kind of weaving his way through bureaucracy. And what I brought to the table was obviously you had a bad prion, two thousand and fifteen hundred hours at that time. So I've been flying for while. and so I kind of knew the airplane part of it but the actual planning basically started with me saying, Hey, let's just call planning company and be done with it. Just send US everything and we'll send them a check. Well, it turns out that there's not a single planning company that will touch a piston airplane they they only do jets and so we basically did it on her own. We found an F., B. O. and Chile that was willing to help us a little bit while we were on the road this was. Cell phones were around but not too many people had them, and certainly an international plans were not a thing. So. We kind of needed somebody in real time could assist us. But for the most part we we searched out all the permits ourselves just. was basically you know cold calling the various agencies in in all the different countries we plan to land in and just got the permits we had email, and so most of it was done by email I spoke a little bit of Spanish but it wasn't great and so he did most of the communicating and I did kind of logistical planning of okay. We're in a one, seventy two we can go about four hours, and so we mapped out our stops and figured out you know what would be technical stop where we would just get gas and keep on going and then what stops would be overnight stops where we would have to clear customs and Have permission to stay on an overnight basis, and so it it took about six months I kept a journal and I still have all my notes you know phone numbers and email addresses for all these different agencies and when I contacted who and kept tractable of all the permits as they came in But we we kind of had a date set. We wanted to hit the weather so that it wasn't too hot wasn't too cold on either end because obviously the seasons are opposite and in south, America. So we had to kind of thread the needle weather wise So we started pretty early but by. Probably late September early October we had everything lined up that we needed one looking at the at the math here I had to refresh my geography I guess. Just just looking at the root, you'd have to take up the one, seventy two. You'RE NOT GONNA fly over the Pacific Ocean right? Right. Right there. So I mean just down obviously from Arizona through Mexico and. Guatemala Nicaragua to be fifteen countries or something along the way. It was eleven, countries, eleven. Affair yes. And and being a one, seventy two you probably had to stop and most of them I'd imagine. Or Eight. Now we didn't use. We didn't use bladder tanks. The airplane was completely unmodified so like I said, you know that airplane Was a sixty gallon usable airplane or no sorry fifty gallon US airplane. So burning ten gallons and our meant for hours and we we needed a place to land. So we we based. All of our flight planning on that was that we we couldn't go any more than four hours,
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"santiago" Discussed on The Candid Frame
"Thanks knowing this of course. . No problem. . Vanish this is like. . The conversations that are had on air pretty pretty though. . So I'm glad to long an honor to be part of this for your name has come up several times over the last couple of years I've only had had you. . Had you on the list. . So that's good. . Good time to reach out and can night. . Yeah. . Yeah. . That's that's exactly what everybody's doing right now. . Hey you were born in the Dr. . that's my parents are from. . Yeah I mean born in. . Nights nineteen. . I can't even remember now is a nineteen eighty. . So. . What what city. . We were born on I was on copy dialed as basically my immediate family is, , but my my mother, , her family, , their foaming in bed, , which is. . A small time to set up with the bladder. . My Dad, , my dad's not under the too much about my dad's Oscar damage much. . But from when I understand I the capital also. . Yeah, my , dad was from Monte Cristi my mom's family's from La Vega? ? Okay. . Yeah. . Yeah. . and. . Then they moved to center the Mingo before they left to for New York in the late fifties. . Okay. . Yeah I mean. . Like, , 'cause you know I've been trying to trace trace back my father's side on the family you know once I started to get interested more abolish <unk> genealogy geology where we were from and what you know. My . Dad was actually in the military and he you know he was actually caught up through just dictatorship us he was on that but the wild thing about that, his , dad, , his sister, my , aunt she worked for the the opposite President Enhanced Dominican Republic with them in the sixties when when the loss the EH associated. . Oh Man. Yeah . she teaches he traveled to Europe with them when we had to flee in then somehow ended up back in America and I've tried talking to her against some stories about what that was like again, martyrs , three and she won't speak about him and. . Famous with my parents I, , try to talk to the Minnesota's like. . A. . Lot of there. . So yeah. . It's like, , yeah, , I'm sure that it's painful. . I really difficult and. . It was always very curious about it and I was never able to crack my dad. . And my mom and my mom, , you know I'll never get it out of her. . Yeah. . So. . There was one time. . My Dad passed away. . It was like three or four years ago going on four years. . Now at some point he you know he was really sickening. . It's all kinds of medicines than that used to give him loose nations and it was one day where he had caught we know he had a flashback to the date at three Joel was was killed and he got on. . Your is like my mom's like we gotta go gotta get the kids dress. . We gotTA GET OUTTA here to come in after out to, , and luckily my older brother is day visiting from Florida ended up calling comment Docs not older brother was in the military as well. . So like you know he was just telling dot com not everything's GonNa be fine. . You know you're good. . You know the kids find like that and that was the first received. . My Dad's like had any kind of looks flashbacks on time at a military man, , my uncle. . Was One of those. . Guys who went over to try and overthrow through here. . and He. . Got Him. . You, , know and. . And then at some point after that, , my father went to Cuba to get trained by the Cuban government. . The Dominicans around the time that I think Trujillo was assassinated. . My Dad never ended up going to the aren't came back but it was always really strange to think of my dad as a young man training to go to war 'cause. . Just it just. . Naming new. . Things, , the reason why my dad was really two of my beard 'cause about those. . Ill is hated the fact that I had a beard and he would just tell them to save in guy and I know probably because
Interview with Michael M. Santiago
"Thanks knowing this of course. No problem. Vanish this is like. The conversations that are had on air pretty pretty though. So I'm glad to long an honor to be part of this for your name has come up several times over the last couple of years I've only had had you. Had you on the list. So that's good. Good time to reach out and can night. Yeah. Yeah. That's that's exactly what everybody's doing right now. Hey you were born in the Dr. that's my parents are from. Yeah I mean born in. Nights nineteen. I can't even remember now is a nineteen eighty. So. What what city. We were born on I was on copy dialed as basically my immediate family is, but my my mother, her family, their foaming in bed, which is. A small time to set up with the bladder. My Dad, my dad's not under the too much about my dad's Oscar damage much. But from when I understand I the capital also. Yeah, my dad was from Monte Cristi my mom's family's from La Vega? Okay. Yeah. Yeah. and. Then they moved to center the Mingo before they left to for New York in the late fifties. Okay. Yeah I mean. Like, 'cause you know I've been trying to trace trace back my father's side on the family you know once I started to get interested more abolish genealogy geology where we were from and what you know. My Dad was actually in the military and he you know he was actually caught up through just dictatorship us he was on that but the wild thing about that, his dad, his sister, my aunt she worked for the the opposite President Enhanced Dominican Republic with them in the sixties when when the loss the EH associated. Oh Man. Yeah she teaches he traveled to Europe with them when we had to flee in then somehow ended up back in America and I've tried talking to her against some stories about what that was like again, martyrs three and she won't speak about him and. Famous with my parents I, try to talk to the Minnesota's like. A. Lot of there. So yeah. It's like, yeah, I'm sure that it's painful. I really difficult and. It was always very curious about it and I was never able to crack my dad. And my mom and my mom, you know I'll never get it out of her. Yeah. So. There was one time. My Dad passed away. It was like three or four years ago going on four years. Now at some point he you know he was really sickening. It's all kinds of medicines than that used to give him loose nations and it was one day where he had caught we know he had a flashback to the date at three Joel was was killed and he got on. Your is like my mom's like we gotta go gotta get the kids dress. We gotTA GET OUTTA here to come in after out to, and luckily my older brother is day visiting from Florida ended up calling comment Docs not older brother was in the military as well. So like you know he was just telling dot com not everything's GonNa be fine. You know you're good. You know the kids find like that and that was the first received. My Dad's like had any kind of looks flashbacks on time at a military man, my uncle. Was One of those. Guys who went over to try and overthrow through here. and He. Got Him. You, know and. And then at some point after that, my father went to Cuba to get trained by the Cuban government. The Dominicans around the time that I think Trujillo was assassinated. My Dad never ended up going to the aren't came back but it was always really strange to think of my dad as a young man training to go to war 'cause. Just it just. Naming new. Things, the reason why my dad was really two of my beard 'cause about those. Ill is hated the fact that I had a beard and he would just tell them to save in guy and I know probably because
"santiago" Discussed on The Candid Frame
"One of the promises of the United States. Is the opportunity for recreation. Regardless of where? You. Come from this country offers the possibility of creating a new and different life for oneself and one's family. If nothing else, it offers a sense of hope for something. Better. That is what's brought countless people to these shores, not least of which where my parents who emigrated from the Caribbean in the late fifties. That opportunity for transformation is markedly different for those original immigrants and their first generation children whose lives are more rooted in the American experience. For these children, it can be difficult to straddle expectations that reflect both the unlimited possibilities of a new generation and the lack of possibilities by the generation before. Michael Santiago face just such an issue after emigrating with his parents from the Dominican Republic is desire to be a photographer was tempered by the more realistic cultural familiar expectations for consistency and reliability. But after decades long delay, he returned to the camera and made a name for himself as a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist currently working as a staff photographer forgetting images. His story is an immigrant story as much as it is the story of photographer. But. It's also the story of anyone who seeks to define themselves on their own terms. This.
A quick and easy recipe from chef Santiago Lastra
"My name is Tara last Ram Mexican chef and just about to open my restaurant coal in Malegaon in the twentieth over. And the recipe that we're doing today is. Literally the Evening. Snack. That are call mugginess really traditional from Mexico Really simple as well. So what you do is you take a piece of toast. You can even just toast it in the toaster or in the oven or in a pan you can use sour bread if you want or like a normal breath from the day before. And just also some butter and then you're going to add some beans it's important that you. Blend. The beans with a little bit of Chipotle Chili. FRY them in butter. And then spread this tasty pastes on top of the toast. Then, you're going to put some cheese whatever you like I like to use emmental cheese. You can use that or you can use my. Manchego.
North Chile shaken by powerful quake for 2nd time this week
"Shaken northern Chile. The second powerful tremor hit the country this week, though they're no reports of casualties or property damage, U. S Geological Survey says the epicenter of last night's quake 29 miles northwest of Alan, Northwest Chili, About 249 miles north of Santiago. A magnitude 6.8 quake struck in the Pacific off the coast to know the chilly early Tuesday but also caused no injuries or damage. Your eye in Health on W W J sponsored by Delta Tattle
Driving the Carretera Austral, Chile
"I'd like to welcome back to the show Steph dyson who has a travel journalist, a guidebook author most recently the Moon Guide to Chile and a travel blogger at worldly adventurer dot com. Steph. Welcome back to the show. Thanks having me Chris I'm excited to be back again. Well Of Truth. I should say when I say welcome back to the show, Steph has been on the show before you have heard her talking about northern Chile, a number of episodes ago I wanNA say five years ago. Yeah I think that's correct just before you started working on a guidebook. Kissed before Ya. So this is kind of rounding out that experience because the moon guy to Chile just published. And that was a quite a long amount of time working on this guidebook but also Steph was the show a week ago and something went terribly wrong and it did not record. So I appreciate your patience but I also appreciate your expertise on Chile. When. We talk about she leave this time we're talking about and I'm going to try and pronounce it the cut. US thrall the southern. Highway. Good. That was good pronunciation. I I. See you've been working on it. We'll have to do some things right this time. What is the? astral and where would we find that in Chile? The CATTA that Australia Archie means the southern highway to give you a bit of a clue and it's in Chilean Patagonia. Now, how to guy near is the sort of slightly nebulous region because nobody's really sure if it's somewhere on his own or if it belongs to other countries a what it is, but effectively, it's a region in the very far south of South America are in between Argentina and Chile. and. The kind of thorough style is the kind of rules western section. So it's the kind of Chilean bit where she gets really narrow sort of not part of the country, and it's just before you hit very southern Patagonia West toughtested by name and the destinations that you've discussed previously only put podcast bright further north than the last show we did on Patagonia, there is a lot of Patagonia. If we look at the map there. There's a lot of Chile in terms of height, not necessarily in terms of with. Yeah it's a long country and I have children most of it and it. Pile. Will End just this road is seven, hundred, seventy miles or twelve, hundred and forty kilometers. So when we talk about One week itinerary, you're going to start us not at the top and go all the way to the bottom where you're gonNA start, US. Yeah so I always recommend people planning Patagonia is starting inbound Maceda says about halfway down the cutter that'll style just outside this sort of biggest town in the area it's Koi Heike and it's an apple that where you can fly into directly in Santiago. So it makes it a really great destination to start your trip. and Are we gonNA do anything around the airport flying are where we going to start our actual trip? I would recommend picking up a call. Then you don't need a four wheel drive to cut that Australia just needs sort of reason, the high clearance because most of it is now paves. The big for the locals I'll tell you that hasn't that hasn't been paved before but yet you're gonNA jump in your car and you can head south for a couple of hours to via settled gusty steel, which really tiny little town outside of a national park. You talk about outside of national. Park. The one thing as we talk about this pretty much this whole way there are national parks everywhere I think. I'd made the analogy that if you started at the top of this highway in you're a squirrel, you could probably get to the southern tip of South America in jump from tree to tree within a national park. I'm not sure the tree is correct but the national parks is almost accurate. This just a whole lot of national parks here in southern Chile. Yeah, it's actually what the government did. Last year would start it up the root of their parks re to the parks. On, it's about two, thousand, four, hundred kilometers I believe I'm connecting pretty much port Lamont which is the very northern tip Patagonia all the way down to Cape Horn, which has its own national pockets the bit at the very bottom of South America's islands that people go. Because the sale is used around the whole and and it was a big deal because white windy down that. Square yes. Yes. There's now they sort of route to the pox. It's kind of this ingenious could you can't actually drive between all of them, but the capital style does opportunity to actually connect quite a number of them.
Police arrest New Bedford man accused of shooting 2 men
"Has been made in connection with last month's double shooting in the Temple landing neighborhood. 27 year old Miguel Santiago of 79 Arlington Street, was arrested and charged in the gun assault that left two men wounded before midnight on August 24th. To fall
The Philippines Becomes Coronavirus Hot Spot In Southeast Asia
"Philippines has over taken in Tunisia as Southeast Asia's Corona virus hot spot even though Indonesia has twice as many people. The Philippines now has more than 136,000 confirmed cases of covert 19 and critics say no coherent strategy for defeating the virus, Michael Sullivan reports. Like other countries in the region, South Korea, Taiwan and Vietnam, For example, the Philippines recorded its first covert case back in January. Those neighbors acted swiftly. They started locking down when they had a few 100 cases and the timeliness of the response was key to the success of Vietnam, Korea and Taiwan University of the Philippines. Covert researcher Ranjeet Rai. They decided to do something significant when they only had relatively few cases, and they were successful with racing and with the isolation very different from the Philippines, where we already had a case in January, and we decided not to do anything about it until March, and it wasn't just the Philippines lock down. That was late health workers say, Dr Tony Luchon. Is a former advisor to the government's covert task force. They started Lee with the AH building up of the health system capacities in terms of testing isolation. And quantum tracing. We wasted so much time about two months instead of trying to build up our infrastructure's adequate testing and contact tracing are still a huge problem, but the lock down that went into effect in March 1 of the longest and most severe in Southeast Asia. Did help reduce the number of new cases until it was lifted in June, when cases started to skyrocket. Over the weekend, the country's medical front liners issued an urgent virtual plea to President Rodrigo did to reimpose the lock down to allow them to regroup. Medical Association president Dr Jose Santiago Jr. Our health care system has bean overlong our head workers are burned out would seemingly endless number of patients trooping to our hospitals for emergency care and ambition. We're waging a losing battle against carbon 19 President Duterte. His initial response was less than empathetic, accusing the health workers of inciting a revolution against his government. You will give me the free ticket. The state's a counterrevolution. How I wish you would do it. The next day, he retreated and ordered a new 15 day locked down. But it's not a stringent is the first public transportation has been stopped. But businesses and retail outlets Khun operated half capacity in an effort to both halt the spread of the virus and allow some economic activity in the country that's now slipped into recession. But critics say this 15 day locked down light won't stop the spread of the virus. If it goes only 15 days, it will start increasing again. And the problem is that our health Care is now a full capacity. We have two cities in Metro Manila, which are at 100% occupancy. So that's a real problem. That's University of the Philippines. Professor Ghetto divvied who's been modelling the spread of the virus, along with his colleague, grungy dry. If we don't manage this this month, we don't take the opportunity to extend the music. You That small window opening lives and livelihoods would suffer at the disruption will become greater and my sense if we prematurely opened, it could be catastrophic for us. But he acknowledges extending the log down will be a tough sell for both the politically powerful business community and the everyday Filipino who's going to suffer because of these extended lockdowns. For NPR news. I'm Michael Sullivan in Ching, right?
Sierra Club Denounces Founder John Muir For Racism
"A historic icon of the American environmental. Movement is in the spotlight John Muir founded the Sierra Club in eighteen, ninety two in San Francisco. The group's current leaders says the ongoing civil rights protests, leading to the dismantling of confederate monuments is causing the Sierra Club to reexamine its own racist history NPR's Kirk. Siegler reports. The group is pledging to remove some of its own John Maher statues. John Muir has long been revered by environmentalists. The California naturalists Biblical love. Wild places led to a legacy of federal wilderness protections, including Yosemite National Park, but mirror was also well known for making derogatory comments about blacks and native people and the modern conservation movement has wrestled for years with these transgressions in a letter to the Sierra clubs members today, current Director Michael Brune said this moment. Moment is a time to reexamine. The clubs own substantial role in perpetuating white supremacy. Bruins says the group will reconsider the views of some of its founders that lead to the modern movement being so white today when it comes to John Muir, we're looking to advance the conversation about yours legacy to look at him in a more comprehensive and inclusive way. That acknowledges his limitations. Limitations and shortcomings, the Sierra Club says it's considering removing some monuments to its founders. Brune is also pledging that the group will reorganize to ensure that a majority of its leadership is comprised of people of Color, and he hopes to spend five million dollars on diversifying their staff and training. The announcement was welcomed by Mustafa Santiago Ali of the National Wildlife Federation. You know it's long overdue. Overdue we have to address the sins of the past. He's one of the few people of Color who's actually in a leadership position in a major environmental group that major sin of the past, many of those folks felt that those spaces those natural spaces, those sacred spaces where meant for white men Ali says the modern day environmental movements lack of diversity in its writ large. Of Communities of color has had major consequences, one example, industrial facilities are often put in underserved neighborhoods and pollution from them as drifting into national parks like those John Muir fought to establish. Kirk, siegler NPR
Massachusetts to require face masks to combat coronavirus surge
"Boston wrapping up week one of Phase three for the city. So far so good, But Mayor Marty Walsh still wants more testing. We have expanded testing to this point. It is widely available all across our city is in more than 20 locations and mobile testing sites. And I just want to urge everyone Please go get a test on hesitate. The mayor is also reiterating, Please, where a mask and some state lawmakers are proposing fines for those who don't wear a face mask or who don't self quarantine W B C streams. RoHaas joins us now live and he tells us a concern is a second worst surge of covert 19 cases. Good morning. Good morning, So state representative John Santiago knows Massachusetts continues moving in the right direction. But the rest of the country isn't looking too good. The lawmaker and E R doctor is releasing a five point plan to prevent a second surge that includes a $100 fine for those not wearing a face mask and a fine of 1000 bucks for those who enter the Bay State and refused to self quarantine for 14 days. How do we Prevent a second search from happening, and that's the way I'm looking at this not just from the land as a legislator of someone who represent parts of Boston, but also one of them, the E R doctor who has worked every week. In the hospital from day one of the surged onto our red right now and Salo, the pain, the grief and loss of life, Santiago speaking Tio Dan Ray, he's introduced a bill that would mandate face coverings and self quarantine. It would also prioritized testing for those most at risk and for safety protocols that businesses and better fund local boards of health.
"santiago" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"And with the race gone this finding an fraud involved in. Santiago proved again. That moines requires mind after no, no problems you. He'd be before. Sherpa Santiago? Reasons I was against this or going into the race. Kate was. Coming back from a mile six down to four within the space of eleven days, or so was going to be asking an awful lot, but this wasn't star. Be unlike any other and Jamie Heffernan Hattie's choice of Hutu right. That's not always the case. Technically speaking. He was the number one for this race. He's. He's not getting any younger, but he's still an absolutely superb jockey. He's forty seven years of age now. This was these twenty six consecutive ride in the Darby, and his fourth win in the race. he had the number one pick, and he chose absolutely spot on. I love to. That after eight didn't realize he was as old as he was on Yeah, fantastic results I was the same as you I have my doubts about in going you though I did. Thank you was a correct favor on the back of his winning the Queen's Vase, of say as you say, you don't often see a who is striking back in trip for an Irish Dhabi and being by authorize you. Kindness thought he may be was more dominant sites on that Dhabi that the Dhabi would test is speed against the field of runners either stepping in tranquil in the lights in office kingdoms as having already. Full, but you did just feel as to house you of agents. Middle Distances formed Oscar that he was intelligence. Come from, not run again for the. Dhabi made sure it was appropriate Samna tasks as you'd expect to that fire power, and if there's any, are you consulted with? When bucking horse drawn backing, trekkies finally doyle, because they have been means to foresee issue on China interest some. Even long shows a safe. It's just another prime example of something we touched on last week or body. Doyle well drilled those out fine, and I thought it was a good use patrol to by Jamie half an eleven to drop him out instead of buying for a more prominent position to make the most of his time favorite, being posted white and having Santiago Tunceli. Them become keen to racy as well so instead. He's actually been nice way. He traveled while with a decent enough pace, being up fronts, but evidently you obviously do ride for. That way and you have to rely on your staying as well as having enough with a kick to lay out with more prominent runners, though unlike James. Comeback to you at any rate this level, but he managed it very well got rolling at the right time. Even they tiger him off was closing down. He always felt he was just going to hold the advantage and Yeah I. Talk about him, attempting Madaba Double after his Ozzy looks very good for the state legislature, taxing bats was festival after the race and yet. I agree like this very saw him I was with you and concern precedent again routes a big question mark, but he's head was his stamina. If anything he was in Santiago at the line, say he seemingly state every y'all out of the mouth ultra. I'm just such a baby as well just two runs under his belt. I tell you an his nice when I wore multi from. So he had a few questions so on Saharan performed any better look desire. He'd be running for life, so he's definitely. GonNa Take Zuri Somme. Should he go back to ten alongside the? Go Cup which you have to rate his chances in. But I the trip I feel like he can only improve on the this fast track of mile and a half, and just as well. Ryan, saying about dual tro. Nicely. Rondo at least when he finished hassling fine left it sound the run before I just mentioned by. Zip. But, yeah, he, he could definitely county so unlucky, not speak as You Tracking Santiago guy from the get go, but the gap onto yoga went through when making his challenge straight close the door troll, who then try to switch on the back of his stablemates, which again without their choice, they had to anchor properly white. Get any sorts of Iran and then took a bit stoking again before flying harms I j just wanted I with the GATT Santiago took to get through if burning, we didn't quite have a whole that was going forwards enough I thought sage, follow suit because if. If he was flying as he was in the finished, he would have been able to get back and again. It took me a while to get rolling when he got daylights. And maybe it was just a bit of greenness all he just takes time to find his strive either way. He's supposed to derive rox up next. anyways as no one really seemed MRS trouble was anyway. None of you seem to seem to go buy them anyway. Well..
"santiago" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"The hostess with the most us. It's Okay Tracy. Good to be back again, just another cocking weekend now the cracking weekend coming up you root races in between in the weeks much as you saying last week. How thick and fast it's coming in, it's it's just relentless. It hasn't stopped yet. It really hasn't and it's only going to get better. Which is why I'm going to turn over to Mr Ryan McHugh from backfire. In, good form, thank God yes, I'm your host Kennedy. I should probably introduce myself as well. You know at this stage? It's the. GOP showing just talking away in the background. Have you back on Ryan? Let's go straight to the Irish Darby. Shall we won by the too many horses sent was well back before. Hundred seem to be money for tiger moth as well that hurts. That really hurts. Though the Santiago Royal Ascot. Darby, winner show to go turn afloat and fantasy. Go through the gap I'm veto your monthly ahead. Commod incident news my at even money in the room to beat Santiago, not supposed to be around for. was planning to take to raise about tyrod. On Donald Imagine won't go down. The major loop of was Kinda made real estate very sharp price. Break his dog. He obviously was hard. He was beaten to 'em, but as I said he was very milky on the day and use our standard but going forward to San. IAGO is short. All you to 'em. For for Niger which would probably be as main tigers ain't. Nobody knows has end of race, but he's afraid on at the moment. Having last Tuesday s of reset ran the weekend, but I thought it was fantasy to take care of the Reysen was disappointed about Ebola sharp, although and with the race gone this finding an fraud involved in. Santiago proved again. That moines requires mind after no, no problems you. He'd.
Latam Airlines files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection
"The largest airline in South America is seeking chapter eleven bankruptcy protection the move by latam airlines to reorganize comes as airlines worldwide have struggled with travel restrictions and sharp declines in passengers amid the corona virus pandemic the airline says passenger and cargo flights will continue and it's nearly forty two thousand employees will still be paid latam airlines is based in Santiago Chile last year it agreed to sell a twenty percent stake to delta
South American carrier Latam Airlines seeking Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection amid travel downturn sparked by pandemic
"South American carrier let tam Erler or late tam airlines is seeking chapter eleven bankruptcy protection the result of a sharp downturn in air travel sparked by the viral outbreak the Santiago Chile based airlines's passenger and cargo flights will continue to
Guatamalan ICE detainee held in South Georgia dies from COVID-19
"There one of all in government sources are confirming today that a thirty five year old Guatemalan migrant awaiting deportation back to his homeland died of coronavirus complications in Atlanta hospital Maria Martin reports he detention and Stewart Georgia since February what about US foreign ministry confirmed that Santiago budget or schlock passed away Sunday in an Atlanta hospital his detention began late February as he waited to be deported back to what Amala on April twenty eighth he tested positive for corona virus at this point the watermelon counselor became involved trying to contact his family according to a foreign ministry statement about the notion lock died Sunday despite quote every effort to save his life the thirty five year old migrants health condition was aggravated by diabetes in recent months what about US government has suspended some deportation flights due to the high number of deported migrants who've tested positive for covert buying
CRISPR Office Hours with Hamid Ghanadaan
"However presently the new thing in everyone's lives is over nineteen pandemic most of us are working from home and a distinct to this new non but we know it is difficult especially for scientists whose daily routine is to work in the lab and now they after transition to award from environment so in this episode. We're going to do something. Different can have a crisper officer session a platform to come together and discuss the impact of Covid nineteen on science and scientist Kevin Harlan head of signs at Santiago and additive empathy. Vp of marketing. It's Anthonio will host the session and our special guest is how Meka Don. Ceo of the Liners Group. I hope you enjoy this episode and feed supported by the scientific community despite being confined to homes right now so let's get started. Good morning everybody. We're all actually working from if you will but more likely in reality were trying to work in poem through a crisis pandemic so my name's Kevin Holding I'm the head of scientists go so hopefully this'll be the first of many of these weekly chats we can do. We'd like to engage you. The scientific community and people working specifically either genome engineering or maybe a working in a different area science just interested to talk to us and let us keep you company through this time so awesome. Thank you hi everyone. My name is Hamid Gone. I'm the founder and CEO of the strategy and insights firm. Linus and we are focused on the life science and health and wellness industry and we provide insights and strategy and innovation for this industry. And I'm delighted to be here with our friends at San Diego and to participate in this crisper office hours. I'm very passionate about science and looking forward to seeing what I can provide to help. Everybody get through this time. Great thank you to meet in elementary myself. My name is empty and I'm the VP of marketing Ago One of the biggest reasons why unbelievable scientific community is just the power to invoke change the power to really push humanity forward and while we are in a pandemic. I feel this is one of those moments where we can get together as a community as humans and make a difference so as we're going through this there's actually some interesting things that meet in. His team have done in this pandemic to really understand the community. What we're going through in. How can support one another? Do you WanNa take a moment to start off with. That means. Sure I'll just very quickly tee it up so as all of these stay at home. Guidances and shelter in place guidances. Were coming out in the early half toward the end of March. My team decided to deploy a global survey about what's happening in how the life science community is feeling. And so I'm here with the initial results of that to share with your ten season and going forward and Kevin is going to ask me some questions about it and we're just gonNA share some of the key findings with all of you and will go from there great. Yeah Actually Hamida difficult question. Actually I about Linus the company Wide You. Call it minus. Thanks for asking. So I'm the founder of blindness in the company is almost twenty twenty four years old and I was looking to pay homage to one of the great scientists that had influenced me and my life who is Linus Pauling. And there's a couple reasons why he really stood out to me as somebody who is really unique is that he is the only scientists to win two unshared. Nobel prizes one for his work in Chemistry and then the other one. He won the Nobel Peace Prize for his anti nuclear proliferation. Work and also what's unique about him is that he won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for a body of work that he had done not for a specific experiment and so he really struck me as somebody who is a renaissance person. And so I WANNA pay my loose on mosh to Linus Pauling and so and the name. Linus is easy to say. It's simple and I really liked it and so linus it is. I was hoping be Charlie Brown referencing there but I guess you know it's funny. You say that when I was doing research on the name it did invoke a lot of Linus Van Pelt. I think is the name of the Charlie Brown character and what I found is. I didn't know who this character was. I had to watch a whole bunch of Charlie Brown to figure out if this is a good person or not and I. I found him to be graded. He's he's a wonderful person. When people make that connection with Charlie Brown they actually remember the name of the company more and even if they've never heard of us they think they've heard about so. I thought it was all positive that that connection exists in even though that wasn't the original intention or the inspiration. I'm all very happy about it. Thanks for thanks for sharing that so I would say probably a lot of our audience. They're here most of them. I would assume are working from home. And they're not in the lab right now and so many of them actually will be genome engineers who are utilizing crisper for a bunch of different reasons in their research. Can you maybe tell us what inspired you to do this? Poll specifically now that we're entering this pandemic. Yes so my colleague and President Kristen Apple and I were actually on March twelfth on our way to a meeting here in Boulder and we received a call from the person with whom we were going to meet and that person decided to cancel the meeting and within a matter of minutes many of our meetings got cancelled and so we decided that we needed to find out what's happening within the life science community and to provide this information for the community for all sides of the community so the so that we can all understand and anticipate what's happening and more importantly for people not to make decisions based on panic or anecdote and so we want to provide at least some grounding on what's going on and what to expect so that decisions get made and better decisions get made and maybe even opportunities arise out of this. Pandemic that was the original impetus behind. We moved really quickly so I mentioned we had this experience on March twelfth. We launched a survey on March thirteen and we had an initial baseline so march thirteenth was a Friday and we had an initial baseline by the end of the day that Monday. And then we've taken to time points since then and we're going to publish the Knicks major time point at the end of next week so we're starting to look at how this thing is progressing within the life science community in what the community is doing. Great maybe when it started in and start talking about the work that you've done so we were able to gather just over a thousand respondents for what we're calling. The baseline study almost two thirds of the respondents were academics or working in university and then the remainder work in a variety of different institutions. Many of them private business like Pharma Biotech. Cro's and manufacturers of other
Coronavirus: Chile protesters clash with police over lockdown
"Chilean police have clashed with protesters from one of the poorest areas of the capital Santiago wet coronavirus locked down the schools in hardship municipal leaders from L. Bocskay said people were going hungry and would jump this president Sebastian Pinera has said his government will be handing out over two million baskets of food and cleaning supplies in the coming week the lawsuit be demonstrations in the Brazilian city of sao Paulo
"santiago" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Months ago Mario Santiago's restaurant in Chicago me street cafe was doing great he's the chef I was at the height of of my catering business weddings and birthdays and engagement parties and we're doing eight hundred to a thousand people a day in lunches in launches his kitchen though is quiet now from one minute to the Max we were shutting down operations and sending people home and there there's we have no jobs the pandemic forced him to lay off thirty people all of them he says were loyal workers it's heartbreaking when you get these people to call you up and ask you for work and that will work for food I mean how do you address that now a couple miles away from his restaurant agreed school called St and is also having a crisis parents have lost their jobs they need help feeding their kids so local nonprofit called the big shoulders fund told Santiago they had an opportunity for him he and his staff could cook for the schools families twice a week it's not about money it's more about survival and and how we can all survive together hello my name is head of the Libya he wrote about the idea and his wife have five kids the littlest one is only nine months old well to be a lost his job last month and he and his wife have been having a really hard time our meals are are are much smaller than what we would usually have a nice family dinner turns into just hot dogs or a five dollar pizza but other pieces the meals he's bringing home from Santiago's kitchen the race the salad the pasta not just feeding his kids it's giving them hope to the hungry feeding the hungry that's what this is here's the thing with the social distancing he hasn't been able to thank chef Santiago in person so we put the two of them on a phone call and they'll give you tells the chef that one day when this pandemic is over he would really like him to meet his family shake his hand go mug I I I don't know why this is an invitation I guess what is share a meal with that we can set out on the patio as as a family so far I just want to say thank you for teaching us that there's hope out there there I.
"santiago" Discussed on Go West, Young Podcast
"Dc with the trump administration or whatever administration. It might be nuts in the White House and we're forgetting about all of this incredible Advocacy and growth. That is now happening on the state level and in cities where the president decided to remove himself or move our country from the Paris climate accord. There were all kinds of governors and mayors In both you know red and blue places. Who said wait a minute? This doesn't make sense. We've got to do something you see. Foundation Juicy Business and Industry folks you see young people And frontline communities all coming together to make change happen and all that comes from this set of advocacy this stat of education and learning. You know from fifty years ago with Earth Day and the Environmental Justice Movement and a number of other movement. So I'm even though we're in so very challenging times. I am a hopeful and optimistic that we are right at the precipice of change And I think we're gonNA see some amazing things out a silver lining if you will of creating a new generation of awareness and activism when it comes to to to environmental justice and obviously climate change in particular being the most urgent issue. It seems right now from your eyes what does progress on climate change. Look like both this year as you look at the end of the trump administration's first term and then looking into the future to the end of the decade or even two hundred fifty. How how do you get there on addressing climate change in these this political uncertainty and with the state? Sure well I think. In relationship to year it is a matter of educating folks on the power of their vote. You know we. Are you know just not that? Far Away from when everybody the opportunity to engage in our civic process So we need to make sure that people understand you know that their vote can actually translate into change it can translate into getting people Who you don't have to convince about you. Know the immediacy of the climate emergency It also helps folks understand that we can create a whole new set of economic opportunities in that space. I think that we also in this moment Continue to support young leaders And all the incredible energy and innovation that they have going on And letting them know how valued they are along with our frontline communities providing this or in that space and keeping the You know communication open with brothers and sisters across the planet which is so import Because unfortunately you know. Our current administration is kind of a closed. The doors zoo significant conversations with others all of that moving into November Getting the right sort of results there and then very very rapidly Getting in place a number of steps that are going to be critical as the IDC report. National Assessment report is share with us. You know we'll be in that nine year timeframe there so we'll have have to do a whole bunch of things very quickly To be able to address some very very Significant challenges that we're going to be faced. I'd imagine that if we're not in this era of social distancing right now we would be seeing rallies and protests around the world for the Fiftieth Birthday. Obviously that's not going to happen next week from your perspective as someone with very deep connections in organizing and communities and promoting change How has all of that changed in this new virtual world that we're in right now and I do think some of these changes are are gonNA stick in the way people organize even not being able to see each other face to face? I think it is you know again. It's an exciting time challenges. Bring out the best. Hopefully an in most votes and there were huge huge you know million plus people rallies that were planned and now folks have taken that online There are literally you all across our country and across the planet. A number of virtual events that are plant is exciting. I can't wait until Earth Day because there are so many artists and entertainers Who are going to be apart of helping to bring people together to motivate folks to get people you know connected You know in a number of different ways Young leaders and others. You know we've got the Earth Day network and others who just got all of these different opportunities to learn and engage. People are getting registered to vote online. Where we're where you can It's amazing saying how quickly people were able to sort a schist or pivot And get these pieces in place and I that you will see that. This is also building bridges between Jew bureaucracies organizations who may be had traditionally been as connected And you're going see you know these new online flat arms As ways you know just bring the country and bring others a more closely together in a time. We can't physically touch each other. We are touching each August Platforms in real. Change is not come out of that. That brings me to my last question. Which is your your work with the hip hop caucus. What is it about? Music and hip hop in particular makes it such a a critical or useful platform for speaking truth to power while you know many of these artists and entertainers you know they come. From what folks are talking about. You know it's not a theoretical sort of set of conversations or creations And music you know. Music has always been a big part of my life. But you know it is a connector. It is a bridge builder And you know hip hop is the number one musical genre. The world So you know all the various forms that are out there whether it's country music or Bluegrass or hip hop or raft Or classical Or you know some of the other forms that folks down you know. It's an opportunity To actually connect you know we have way too many walls that people bill between each other between communities between racists And it's an opportunity to break those down And instead of having walls you know to have so you know. I was so blessed to be at the Office for two years and very thankful for that experience because I got a chance to see and hear artist. You know who really got it. You know we work with the taboo from the black. Iv's and he and the magnificent seven to stand up for standing rock which won an MTV music awards for which really put a spotlight on what was going on there and standing rock but also you know y water quality is so important and how there's a cultural aspect to it and a number of others. You know Andy Smith. You know redoing the Beatles Song and just Gene everyone with under comes really pointing folks forward and looking at the positive audibility is really just a reach away so You know music. The Arts is a big part of this new paradigm of how we make change happen. There are times right now when all of us feel despair bleak somewhat alone because of all of this Who Do you put on? Who Do you listen to when you need to feel inspired? Wow there's so many folks on this direct a chance to rapper. I love chance the rapper because he uses his activism in in a very you know powerful way of you know getting resources to folks getting people engaged comment. I love comment He he just made everything he's the best he's the Best Cardi B. I love parts in the political process. And you know reaching a whole different set of folks in many others would be able to There's a laundry list of folks that I listened to and of course I would be remiss if I didn't give a shoutout to Chuck D People. Tease me all the time. 'cause public enemy was one of the first groups ivory started the follow back in the day. And to the you know so this particular moment you know chuck and arrest them are still killing it. Still Educating people and still letting people know that you know you have to fight out except for Flavor. Flav but will leave what they're all right. Mustafa Santiago Mustafa Santiago Ali. It has been a pleasure. Thank you so much for taking the time today. Thank you thank you. Y'All say less than and remember the we can help folks move from surviving to thriving and that's it for another episode of Go West Young podcast. I've got to say as bleak as these times. Are I really needed? A shot of optimism like that. Thanks so much again stuff. Santiago Ali as well as Patrick Dueling from the Western Slope Conservation Center. I do appreciate all of.
"santiago" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast
"Extra pack of peanuts travel. Podcast the show that teaches you how to travel more while spending less. I'm your host share and joining me today as someone who spent many years covering the NBA attended. Justin Bieber's twenty first birthday party. And who left it all behind in two thousand sixteen to travel the world and has been on a world wind tour since then John Santiago freelance writer and publisher of original content at Santiago dot space. John Thanks for joining me today. And welcome thank you. That is That was a pretty good intro man like the MBA and then the Justin bieber names pretty pretty good man. I appreciate it. Hey digging up all the dirt on you. My friend and I'm super excited to chat with you today and you are somewhere pretty cool like when you came on. Not that this is a video podcast also sees but you came on and I just see this like soundproof room behind you so fill everyone in real quick. Where are you right now? I'm actually sitting in a in one of three skype BOOT here at Dojo co working space in Chengdu Bali so actually Here in South East Asia I got here to Bali about a week and a half ago and I'm going to be here for an extended period of time I've been in South East Asia now for a little more than a month and a half or so. I spent a month in Vietnam. I was in Saigon District two of staying out there and then I had a a week layover in Kuala poor And got to check that out and everything and you know my basically my my main destination here in Southeast Asia was to come here in Bali. Because I've heard so much about a friend of mine. Actually I was asking. I try and I was asking her last year because I was thinking about where I wanted to go next You know after traveling to a couple of different places in twenty eighteen and she was like you should go to Bali because there's a lot of people who are doing what they're trying to do. They're working online. They're working remotely And there's like a pretty big community for that. So why don't you try it so I was like all right? Why don't I do that? So you're right. Yeah I mean I've got a pretty good life man but anytime I talk to anyone or see on instagram or facebook people in Southeast Asia especially places. I've been whether it be Bali or Thailand. I just I don't WanNa say I'm jealous because I I'm happy I'm guess I'm just happy that they're there because I know how happy it makes me to be there and it. It's just such a NEAT NEAT places like it's still to this day if I'm looking at regions it. It probably my favorite region in the world when you put everything together and you just talk about how comfortable it can be and how nice the people are. And obviously there's amazing things to visit in. The beaches are great. And all that stuff in the vibe is great as you talk about like other entrepreneurs I just it almost feels and this is weird because I haven't ever lived there for an extended period time but it almost feels when I talked to people who are there i. It feels like home like I can picture like you're at DOJ. Oh I know I've never been to that co exp- I know right where you are you. You'll probably go to boot at some point and I can just feel myself there. Which is which is cool. I can't do that. I don't think every other place that I've been I think for some reason Southeast Asia and probably the reason we just talk about eight eight. I can honestly feel being there when I get to chat with you. So Yeah Man. Thanks for bringing me on the journey a little bit. Yeah you know what else to. I'd like to add as well travis for me. It's pretty fascinating like just my whole journey when reflect back on my travels throughout my life. I didn't really start traveling until three years ago. I'm thirty two. You know I'm not. I'm not like many people who start traveling at a very young age I kind of did it at the end of my twenties In the first place that the first region in the world that I went to Europe I had a large fascination with with going there To that part of the world and then after that I kind of had a fascination with the Latin America and last year I spent about five months in in Columbia and I also have visited Costa Rica and spent some spent a brief layover but long enough to to hang out with some people in Guadalajara Mexico on the way. Costa Rica in late Twenty seventeen but I never is interesting when I when I think about it because I am Filipino. American and I. I never had like the like coming to southeast. Asia was not wasn't at the top of my list enticingly as far as places to go. But when you talk about like feeling at home here in this part of the world and when I've come here I actually went to the Philippines after Columbia in November for the first time in twenty years. I hadn't been back to the Philippine since I was a teenager and when I went back there I had a greater appreciation for and like I feel that way. In general being in this part of the world You know I've gotten to meet some cool people who are like me who are also Asian American. That have kind of done a reverse immigration thing right like their parents came to the United States to provide a better life for them in the US and then now they've taken what they've learned in the US and they're bringing it back to their parents homeland And and so I kind of feel that kind of vibe to although you know I'm not Indonesian but just being in this part of the world it does feel like home for me. I feel a little bit more comfortable here than I have in other places that I've visited. Yeah I I I'm with you I do too and as you're talking I was thinking was it because maybe for me that was my first. I I guess I was GONNA say my first real experience backpack now. I did live in Switzerland for a bit. That was really cool. But our first real backpacking experiences was when heather and I lived in Japan and then went through South East Asian than we did it a few times over the two years that we were in Japan and then and then we came back once after that and I don't think it is that it was that first experience. I think it is just as you mentioned the area itself feeling very comfortable very easy very welcoming and I love the idea that you brought up with the fact that a lot of people's families and your family as well like you said move to America for a better life got to achieve that. Got You know everything that was good about moving to America. You've got to experience and now you do see so. Many people finding other parts of the world that fit well for them like that for and as we talk about you know your journey to Joel. Nomads and people were location. In a lot of times that is going to a place like South East Asia because the opportunity there is greater because it is cheaper. But you can still live such incredible life and had these experiences. You can just do it in a much cheaper way so I never really thought of this reverse immigration thing of. Hey someone's parents moved here so that they could make more money have more opportunity now. People might be coming back to certain areas that are cheaper because that's giving them better opportunity. Yeah no I. I met actually really fascinating woman in in Saigon of. She's from Houston actually and she. She worked in marketing and in New York for many years after she graduated from college and then she moved to Singapore for an opportunity out there. And then eventually she got offered another opportunity in marketing in Saigon. One of her passions is cooking and so she became. She's actually now working as a chef in find out she's not even she's not even Trained She wasn't even trained culinary school or anything like that she's self taught and she's an amazing job. Actually I've eaten her food so you know And and it's also Mike. She she has this opportunity there to run a kitchen right and I think some people traditionally might say. Well you didn't pay your dues or anything like that. But she's kind of she's still kind of learning from that experience that she has out there now in Vietnam and you know it may work out well for it. Made may not turn out what she wants. She hopes but she's she's gotten opportunity to to learn something that you know she wouldn't have in the. There's there's no way that she would have that same kind of opportunity in New York. Let's compare cities like New York and Saigon? Saigon is is the hub for a lot of innovation in in Vietnam and and And so you know just to think that she has that opportunity there and like the homeland over parents and our family is pretty cool. Yeah that is really neat. And it's it's a good point that there is opportunity not just in the digital world of. Hey I'm moving here to work online maybe make. Us dollars make a currency that that is more valuable than the local currency but live cheaper because it is a cheaper price but that there is opportunity even on the ground to work for a company in in a region or as she does interested on. You know some sort of mentioned places that you mentioned like yeah. You're not going to New York and walk in and be like. Hey I really like cooking so give me my own kitchen like you're going to spend years and years and years working your way up and that's fine but here she can go after a passion a little bit easier and that's not to say everyone can but it's a fascinating thing that in one generation there might be a shift back or there is a shift back to two more opportunities being available in certain ways in places like Southeast Asia when you first started traveling in point. Sixteen you mentioned. Hey I'm not someone who's traveled a lot before this. You know you had some different jobs. We'll get into those. But why was it that you decided that you wanted to travel like after not having done it? What was it about this idea of going somewhere new? That was enticing to you so like you said. I didn't really travel that much before. That point I did weekend trips. And things like that Kinda just like the traditional. Let's fit it in when the time a lot you know American way of of traveling And and you know I. I think like many people. I'm sure many people who listen to your podcast. Read this book But I I read the book vagabond by Ralph Pot Recommended BY TIM. Ferriss and I read it actually like a couple years before I went on that trip and that kind of planted the seed in me that Oh man. I shouldn't do this because I was already. I was already kinda interested in travel. You know watching. I watched a lot of travel channel when I was in my early twenties. Like no reservations. Where they have to be bored. Dayton and bizarre foods with Andrew Zimmer and and I always love to see like the conversations that they would have with with the locals and the people of the countries that they were visiting and I thought like you know as an alternative to to my career what I eventually ended up getting into the. That was something that I could do myself But.
"santiago" Discussed on The Ikonns
"He's really not getting is just so a good indicator when you're visualizing that you're going to the right path that I find myself that with my eyes closed sometimes ambitious and you start smiling as you might agree you started smiling because your brain. That's in no you see. Tony says this evening. You're in a bad mood. You started smiling. Your brain is connected that when you smile you're happy. saw you force through smile. You eventually going to change your mood right. So is the same way with them usually station Asian. I do that and I feel like if I'm smiling. Okay maybe sometimes it's like I imagine driving certain car or imagine leaving certain experience so imagine hugging my dad that I haven't seen in a year anything that gets you going. You grab from that point and then you can turn into a story right and is it usually the same story everyday. Or you're kind of Formosa. Most part that speech that I tell you my dinner is being my to go. Eighty percent of times. And it's about to happen and is about to happen and especially crazy isn't away creating like your perfect day that day in the future that you wanna live. Yeah that's a good way to having some kind of a milestone yes years. Yeah and did you start visualizing started visualizing twenty six for your birthday forty jess that same speech this is a huge milestone. How do you feel now that you've visualized Brosseau? Permanent Action achieved a lot of the stuff but also how do you feel about realizing a lot of these things coming. Close now to your goal. Are you going to have to also reset yet. We'll add or change a little bit. Because I'm sure things have evolved for you as well like even maybe you've achieved a lot of material stuff. Here okay cool like what is it that drives you now and how you can go beyond your forty second Bertha. Yeah I think that one of the most important things is like you change and something's Utah important. I'm not anymore so you adjust what becomes more important right and the track I think is like the more you achieve and then you're like okay. What what's next and then like? Oh what is going to get any excited and now that I have the variety and I have these and that and that writes like you need to think about. What's the next thing is to get you excited? It's a constant revolving thing I think that's basically googly. Is what I can tell you. One thing is by doing this and seeing that actually works he shows you that you actually are one hundred percent control your life and they feel things that you don't control. There's nothing you can do about it so while you're stressing about it it's like there's no point of stressing on thinking about stuff you cannot change. Okay they call me the stock market. The weather tomorrow have a great show in a house with views. Declined colleges like the rain. There's GonNa be terrible. I'm like I can't help you with I can show up. I can do my best thing. I cannot control control the weather. I don't want to stress about that. People get hung up and things that they don't have control over it. What's the point? One focusing what you can control and what you can control is what I I think what you feel what you do right so the more you do this and you realize that works it makes you realize you actually control of your life. This is so powerful honestly. I'm just thinking in my head. I'm into religion podcast. Actional what I need to thank you start implementing in my life as well just like you have shared Alex and and I have used the same. I guess power visualization but in a slightly different way we used to degrade fullness marks for periods of times where would in a way visualized allies but verbalize. It of course things that we have or get to do which we weren't at the time doing what we're broken would be talking about. How a travel the world and Have these interesting conversations with other successful entrepreneurs. Meanwhile you know would be like just starting out and I know it works but then we would do it for a period of time and then get to those places and kind of thing like okay like were there. But it's about continuing the habit. I love the fact that you are so disciplined and it really inspires me me to continue to do the same and it's great because we do it together especially if you have somebody to share the habit with you it can be so much more powerful. I think there's accountability ability to that as well. When you share a partner? Yes Santiago is been such a pleasure thank you so much your journey is just beginning. Thank you we can chat fry. We'll have you again. This is just your story. Yeah we'LL BE BACK IN LA. I think just to and off the PODCASTS. As well what words would you like to pass on to anybody soliciting right now. 'cause anybody who is now committed over an hour Thomas Shelley and how long is bid. That's crazy and the hook. Would you say those like the most important things for people to really remember for their own journey whether begin or they continue whether they are in life. I think that life is a gift that has been given to you and We again are are powerful beings that we can create our own universe our own lives. You do have the power to do that. Nobody's GonNa do for you. You need to take action and you need to believe in yourself off and you need to be disciplined and consistent and you need to be persistent love the fact that you guys worked together you know my wife and I had the same you know. When I met her I really was waiting tables tables? I remember clearly telling her at the moment that we got serious I wanted to establish issues relationship by reading the means to do it then I remember clearly a new. You saw saw my car and I said look what I'm doing right now is temporary and I know where I am looks one way but I know where I'm going to be an all. In one day I'm going to be driving and Pch Easy H.. And this is Barbados on Red Ferrari and I want you to be the one that is sitting next to me so the fact that she believed in me at that point where I had nothing but dreams uh-huh dreams that now together leaving as a couple is someone believes in you why you don't believe in yourself there's no recently someone believes that you can be something great you shouldn't you didn't believe in yourself so that's the most important thing right. That's what I can tell you. Awesome and working people find. You can find me everywhere. I mean you can pay me instagram. I liked to pull some stuff in there to handle because my name Santiago at A. R. A. N. A.. Yeah will inca down the shallow water. I Call I real estate in Los Angeles Angelique very easy to Google my name and put real estate and you'll find videos on youtube alone mytalk of all my seminars that I do sometimes and I invite everybody to reach out to me and I tried to get back to everybody. Do you have a youtube channel yourself. I think you should start. I do have it but it's not super elaborated. We're going to get you to do that. I think people need more Saturday night. Live only makes me happy because I think the Tony says the secret of leaving his given absolutely and I think that I said do for all of us to do it right right to give to the world and try to help. Because I think we're our whole being that we should help each other and we capable to do anything. We want absolutely there. You have it so find Santiago on Instagram if you need to buy a house or mansion wherever you are in the world definitely Santiago shout. It's been a pleasure just knowing you the person I think you. You're the energy that you bring to every interaction. What I like about even you sell real safer? Thirty forty fifty in them above millions hundreds of millions is that you still our president with people who were buy houses for less as well like ourselves. Maybe I don't know about that. Thank you so much sense because I think you as yourself offers unusual. No you can start with people but then they may be buying that next hundred million dollar house that next time with you so there you have everybody the same street. Everybody this never know. Always think he has for everybody for listening has been incredible pleasure. Thank you guys. Thank you for having me. These amazing you guys have great. Thank you thank you for still being here after along our of listening to this incredible podcast episode. I really appreciate you sticking through and making it to the end now if you still hear it just want to ask you for one one more thing as you finish listening to this podcast. If you've enjoyed this podcast can you please take a screen shot on your phone and make sure to go on you. INSTAGRAM and tag. Alex Alex Me Mimi icon Alex icon and also tag us. Antioch go so his Instagram Account. As he mentioned is Santiago Arana's or a are a An a an first-name Santiago and just let us know. What was your favorite code or favorite part of this whole story of Santiago's journey? Any I had so many moments. Alex your favorite moment. My favorite is definitely just power visualization. Yeah I'm a huge believer in this. We are where we are because we visualize when we created this life that we have now and a works. I'm going to visualize right now. Literally I'm I'M GONNA do. Yeah it's late at night with. Just finish this podcast episode. We're doing the ultra now and I'm definitely going to start utilizing that again. There were periods of time where we used to actually sit down and do what he described as his visualization exercise. I don't know if you remember. This is back in the day. Alex when we used to rent. Leyla House in Richmond Hill. Do Remember that of course we used to sit in the backyard and this was before obviously will move to London and I remember we used to sit down. Well at least I remember I was visualizing and I would visualize US living in like in London in Europe traveling in the summer to be Sir all these destinations that would only be two hours away and having all these new friends and all these interesting people that would get to me need and everything literally. Everything came true and I didn't do it as intensely as he described you know that he does it every single day so I can Only imagine the power of doing this regularly and consistency and persistence. That's one thing I got definitely from this podcast. Definitely so please share your inside awesome by tagging all of us on instagram especially Santiago. 'cause I think you'll really appreciate you giving them an extra love and saying that. Hey He made a difference because he made a difference in my life and I'm sure if you're still you're listening to us you made a difference while in your life. Yeah we're trying to get him on youtube so if you're out there then tell him as well to get a new two because I feel like he can and Cher so much more valuable information with the world thank you Santiago. If you're listening to this is all have a great big as thank you bye..
"santiago" Discussed on The Ikonns
"My phone and that got my son taken to his best stop or sometimes thanks only to school depending on my schedule and come back to the house have breakfast with the younger one on my wife and have that family time for these important so for me and I talked about like what is wise make Santiago successful and everything is like these routines and this time for myself and my family makes Santiago get out to the world with the clients with sales sales within listings where the houses with all that be mia one hundred percent so I feel like if I don't do the things that are important for me and my family I than I cannot be one hundred percent of myself out there and when I'm one hundred percent of myself our like w welcome the door you go to the listing appointment that they're interviewing agents. I'm telling you people. How many times told me I don't know why? Hi but I wanNA work with you and Lee have told me that I don't really know what's going on here but I want to work with you. And that's not other people digging up on your energy you know and this is so so important that you mentioned is because if you think about us. Humans we've evolved with body language before we're able to talk. We're all body language so we we assume as body languages I. That's why it's so important like you said to yourself your day for success. Have this routine to work out to get that energy flowing I to eat right to have that positive interaction not to your negativity really set you up for success right so then you kind of developed this routine a ritual. How did you then become one of the top agents? What did you then do? How did you roll from that one sale so then selling probably millions of real estate that you sold? How do you get there like what did you then do? What was the pathway from that? In such a short period of time was relatively yet. You haven't been doing this for forty years. You're very young person in thirty nine. S A has an old on non. No I mean I started when I was twenty. Four and thirty nine fifteen years and out of the fifteen years you know when the crises this is happening in two dozen navy can reset it to I mean you know for the first four and a half years. I didn't really make good money. I was mostly surviving with tips. But that's what made you know those routines I go into my day and things very important when you finish your day to really have the feeling. Okay I'm don today and as you drive home you should have the feeling that you you accomplish everything that you could have accomplished. You cannot go feeling I look at Instagram for an hour. When I couldn't make panic calls you need to have a successful feel will at the end of the day knowing that you know what today? I'm Don I did everything that I could have done. I feel good about it and then I got my house have dinner with my family and before I go to bed when everybody says leaping I do besides Asian for sure at night I do anywhere within half an hour an hour visually sation. I've been Bichon license for the last twelve years. What might forty second birthday is going to be like? I know where I'm going to be. Who's going to be having dinner with me? I know what I'm wearing. I know what what I'm drinking. I know what I'm eating. I know what the House looked like a say out loud every night almost obviously not every night but almost every night the speech each that. I'm giving my dinner. I repeat it I perfected it and I believed it already salt every night. I believe that we as children of God. The creator of everything have the ability to create our own universe. We are creators two. So I've been doing that and he's getting closer to my birthday a lot of stuff that I imagined back in the day when I wasn't giving living near that is here. I'm really there you know is being created right so I do that every night and I go to bed last. Thought you have is where you're going a B and you visualize your subconscious mind doesn't really know whether it's actually happening or not saw for when I'm concerned my subconscious convinced that I'm leaving that life already and their Address so you go to bed and you send that message out there and therefore things are going to speed up and that's why it happened so fast for me right because I actually am very disciplined person I didn't that's a key is developing discipline because if you can develop discipline and you can actually do all these concepts lands gonNA work if you're not a disciplined person. You're going to do it then. You can pig results. If you're not actually doing it right. I practice this for a long time and I think that put me in a place where the university no was fastest most efficient way to get what you want if you believe in it so I think that I've been blessed enough to when I go out there. The Universe is introduced me to the right person at the right time with opportunities that I take advantage advantage over than that. Just evolves like noble in two thousand and seven. I decided to stop the restaurant. We had our first kid dylan. I was starting to do pretty good than real estate and I told my wife. She quit her job. They're going to be was not that great government business. We both wanted to race dylan supposed to have a nanny. Everything was great away for a year. At that time I become partners with these guys rodrigue. Lacey's we're working together and doing stuff together and doesn't an eight comes and boom out of the set and and I started eating Savings because nothing selling a terrible economy and I get to the point and this is probably one of the most powerful parts of my life that I'm running out of money and I don't have the dad the mom the friend WanNa lend me and now I have a kid and I just quit the restaurant so I'm not having the income and I started running out of money and just about when I have about a thousand dollars in my bank. Go and I'm like well I guess I gotTa do something right salt. I get into my car and I drive the Venice actually restaurant in Abbot. Kinney you and I was about to go on a cup obligation and there was really something inside me at the moment. That was getting the car. I was like wait a cycle. What the hell are you doing? And it was almost like. I got introduced to my real self this way I interpreted is like the real Santiago step in and it was like what the halo you everywhere and sometimes I cry telling these stories. I'm glad I get chills because there was very special turning turning point in my life where I went back in my car and I said but he became aware. I'm GonNa make it happen. No matter what and I literally from that restaurant I drove to my favorite neighborhoods in Italy and I started door knocking for four hours. And so I put energy elder and I think that when you make that decision and you really mean it and you are really there. You're so powerful. We all of us are so powerful. The intention right intention is out there. The universe abandoned is there wants to give you everything you want. But he wants to really see that you actually wanted. And you're willing to do anything for it and everything for it. So when I get into my other settlers almost like the way I sometimes describe it it and sometimes we use a bad word but I'm not gonNA use right now is the universe is this guy's not going to give up. Might as well give it to him. He's not giving up. Look we do this to him. We do that to him. And just you guys door knocking walking mail for four hours and literally. I mean in the midst of the worst economy. How does hitting I started do good? I was working harder but I started to the good and good youth and good and by the time two thousand and twelve came. And now we're talking about. That's only seven years ago from having a thousand dollars in the bank in two thousand twelve when the economy turn around the people so that was one of the few guys actually seeing open houses so they so my sign so their perception was like these guys selling doing stuff. So in the market turn alday thoughts my name they sai- your goals left and right and in two thousand and twelve th the first year I made a million dollars in commissions and obviously that changed everything and then obviously I mean. There's there's so many things that I can tell you that happen to me. Wouldn't believe in two thousand fourteen. I remember I said I wanNA make these goal. I mean I don't know call it. I WANNA make two million dollars commission justice thera specific very specific and I write my goals where I go back. Sometimes I'm like I'm GonNa have this car. I'm like actually had that car right. It's crazy I made a point and I'd like watches right so I said whatever I make past two million dollars I wanNA use that money to buy two rolexes one for my wife and one for myself as a gift we forget about the beginning of December. I'm not done yet and I'm not really to the two million I'm very close. I'm one nine and change and I'm like are we going invocation to believe that the reason my family. I'm really liked to have my watch right. Made the decision to go on by him. Before it actually achieve the goal am close enough and you know whatever money was those rolexes at the time. mm-hmm wasn't going to change my life so I went and bought it and I wanted to give it to. My wife is a key for Christmas. We're GONNA Spend Christmas with my family Moldavian and we came back and I'm seeing at the end of January and my desk in my my office and managers show Sane and gives me an envelope and the envelope shows like the sales and weather total commissions. I made for the year. I'm not kidding I swear I have that. Save with the exact amount of money that I spend in two watches was the exact amount there was over two million dollars. Exactly no kidding so when you see these staff you can deny it. You can't just pretend that this is your lackey and you're successful because yes I toll and a good looking Game you hear the stories like Santiago. Fakes he's accent so he can do all those are stories to justify why you cannot do something right because it's just too good to be true excuses for all that if you see clear messages like that then you cannot stop doing what I'm doing so I never saw no it. Damages the sky's the limit limit. People listening right now we all WanNa know. How do you structure your visualizations? Can you take us through specific way you for a while. I like doing for like like even twenty thirty minutes. That's a long time. I have done visuals issues than passing. You've actually inspire me. I gotta start doing that again. Because I understand the power of it but can you walk us through your wave of what goes in there you said already about visualizing your birthday but I'm sure as you're coming up there's different things that you're visualizing as you're coming from really nothing to become who you are now doing your speech on your birthday do as you do in your besides Asian and you close your eyes unique to connect with something that is important to you enough to get you excited. So good indicator when I'm visualizing and look when I say thirty minutes sometimes twenty five thirty minutes is really trying to get into a minute. That's when you get into it and trying to get into it and the last five minutes is like bliss right. Sometimes it's longer sometimes. Shorter is not easy easy. But you gotta just continue to try and there's nights at your tires I'm just gonNa go to bed not sit down and do it even if it's for five minutes because all counts right a a good indicator is when you're visualizing think about something that makes you happy what's the easiest thing that you can. I know you're GonNa say the same thing. What's being viewed as mile? Yeah there you go I think given your key that gift think about your kids. Bring them to the zoo taking them in a trip. Bring him to the beach in Santa Monica. That's the water you do. You need to be specific on visualize and it's better to start with things that you know they're gonNa make you happy. Finally loved ones get pets any of those things. So do you start with stuff that is easy. And then you start elaborating the other thing. That's a little harder right. Imagine the lean an thirty million dollar house. It's a little harder than imagined walking walking the beach with your daughter so far because it is but it's not right..
"santiago" Discussed on The Ikonns
"I'm there in the Bible there in the book than the secret and the videos and the podcasts are everywhere is there because there's great teachers they pass this earth that they lift those messages in there. Because they you know they needed right so they wanted to share with us. Some people pay attention and some people. Don't so there's not enough is like learning on listening to the information but is applying and if you apply in your discipline and you're consistent. You're persistent dined. You're GONNA start seeing the results assaults and you gotta be on top of it so you cannot pretend that you're gonNA plan to see and that's going to come Olive Tree. You got to water it. You gotta take care of it right so if you look at the conscious and subconscious mind imagine it is like your conscious mind is the one defeat subconscious mind so conscious. Think about this house. It's a field where you plant in seats and your conscious mind is the one that is going to water it. And he's going to take care of it so if you constantly taking care of what you're putting in your brain on what information like I told you we have a one coming. We don't watch the news. Yeah why would I want the news. I don't need that information. I WANNA be informed but I don't want to be inundated and depressed right if you want to be depressed on the news tax. I think that people are addicted to fear and I think that the news is nothing other than its own people and coming from a place of fear ear what. It shouldn't be like that because you feed that more of that comes back. In fact they do the opposite. I follow this account. That only shows like good news like around the world on the GAMMON. What has then it so I think execution was a big thing? I leave early to get like. Here's the secret of life and if you follow these books at these teachings you're GonNa be okay and I took it very seriously and I started doing it and everything changed. I started to sell houses. What was your First Palacio? Remember because I'm sure it was quite like an emotional Russian. And how long did it take you from the time you started. You've got your license Amonte so a year and a month this is how simple it becomes once you do and I went back to the restaurant Monday Cindy and I'm like with my whole new attitude right. I'm happy and I'm like I'm doing this and I'm talking to these waiter from Australia. That worked with me. And he's like. Oh actually I need to sell my condo and like when you give it to them right there in front of you. I got his condo. I put it on the market knowledge that I'm seeing an open house on a sandy again attitude wasn't just sitting sitting there looking at my phone seeing Abra candles flowers. I was like excited about it. Some lady walks in. That doesn't have an agent and as me to represent her too and I sell it and I make both sides of the commission was four hundred fifty five thousand dollar Condo in West Hollywood. I remember clearly. That was my deal right. So then that energy unit you need to use it and then I went out for Moore and started elevating later. When I'm giving these talks to real estate agents mainly I talk about all this stuff and towards the end with Lukiana UKIO names right and there's always one or two people to raise their hand like thank you so much? This is beautiful. But what's the secret tells. The two things have been. The secret tells the secret there is no messy. Every time I go. Look I'll tell you the secret I'm GonNa tell you exactly every single thing. I promise I'm here to share but I can guarantee you. There's two hundred people right now that you come back in five months six months from now if two of you are doing it I'll be shocked because that's what happens. It really gets fired up. They go to their house us. They do it for a week if they do it for a week and then they dropped the ball so the execution is really the key to success. It's not just knowing actually doing it. Why do you think most people dropped the ball? I think that Going back to the way how your brains wire how you raised. And the instant satisfaction can necessity. You know like I wanted to. I wanted a to appear right away and it doesn't work that way you takes time you know people get frustrated. They disappointment the reality is like. If you don't fail you can succeed. People like to hear the stories disavow successful. These guys nobody about Thomas. Edison failing a thousand times before he live all right. The whatever town thousand times he failed right. Nobody talks about how many times someone took to create something because everybody talks about the creation. They don't talk about the failures right and I think that every failure is what makes you successful failures. Are What allows allows you for you to find the success if you don't fail you're not GonNa succeed so think about a kit. You have a baby right. It's not that baby anymore. Have you ever seen A baby that is learning how to walk. That goes like your failed ten thousand times. You'll never gonNA walk exactly. Don't give up. I think up again and they get up up again and they get up again and they will forget. Ride Society changed us. Have you seen a baby when his born been afraid of something. They don't know what us here is. I mean think about it. You have a little tiny baby and then Alex come this big guy. That's really close to it. They don't go they're not care of you they're looking at you and there's zero fear goes fear gets develop a sense we can say the funeral is no real. You create fear same way on giving up when your baby you never say these walking. It's so hard I'm just going to grow my whole life right so just keep going right so if you can use that analogy name. Same thing it's just about about activating and using it and like you said for a lot of us is just part of our brain has been shut down so many times that we forget. We're able to do that. And I think will you said is so important how you need to cultivate this attitude and really the best subconscious and this is why in a way. We created the journal that we have. The five hundred journal is for ourselves because we knew how important it is to not feed your subconscious negative and to feed it like abundance meaning. What are I'm grateful for? What do you have when you don't have anything you know? When you're starting out you have no listings? No sales can be grateful for them. Because if you can be grateful for things things in those moments and see like hey. I'm young energy and I can bring this energy to others. People are attracted to that because people would rather do with somebody who is young energetic. Let's say Eh Eager. Yeah an era for somebody WHO's experienced but like egoistic and that's what happens a lot of successful people too. They get to talk and then they fall because they lose that energy they lose that drive so what. I'm just trying to say to anybody listening right now. It's such an important point of persistence. Persistence on the attitude. And a Lotta Times comes from personal experience that you need to feed a two over time to experience what is even to experience seeing abundance seeing opportunity seeing seeing that I can do this so for yourself. You got your first sale. How long did it take you to become now? One of the top agents in the country like how did that evolution go with a Lotta people they achieve success and they stop but you just kept going and I think oftentimes they do stop because they kept themselves on the success. I think we'll all do. I'm even aware when I die right with two and that's the thing is like this is a lifestyle. This is not a one time event that you made it and you're done you need to habituate. Wait to this way of living. Remember I was telling you for twenty something years thirty or forty or whatever. You've been going one direction you know. Your brain is wind that way you can pretend adding adding one year you want to be going the other way so little by little you need to train yourself to start thinking through the right instead of the left the only way to do it is heavy tweeting. You wake up every day and you do breach also else you practice you incantations you do everything that you do meditate whatever right at its own tools on how you do it. One of my favorite. Obviously Meditation and visualization is huge. I I believe that'd be Saudis. Asian is the most powerful tool that we have for free. Can you tell us walk through your rituals that you had them. But even you have to lose day like what it really helps you on that pathway. US Of course visualization super powerful. I wake up four fifty and my face with cold water. I drink a whole glass of water with lemon to get my organs. Wake up to and start going than I meditate any meditation or no I mean sometimes I feel like I just want to be quiet because I believe that when it's proven that in early in the morning when you wake up especially at that time. That's the best time I in the beginning about her. In the morning your brain can can communicate better with the universe to the knowledge that is out there for many years. Being quiet allows you to hear that. So what I do is I wake up. I don't look at my phone and I don't talk to anyone one until I'm out of the gym. If you get up on the first thing you look at your phone you're done you're mind's already the normal stuff but if you wake up and you have that our there were twenty minutes. The Tony Robbins calls at twenty minutes of power. Whatever our tournaments to thrive? Yes exactly so if you dedicate that time to yourself than you can be you better for your kids for your family for your wife or everybody else. So that's super important for me so I made it date or visualize depending what I feel like until about five thirty really that long Five twenty five thirty and then I go to the gym and I work out while I'm working on. I'm listening to a podcast with your book. Doc and sometimes you know what I prefer to hear music today. I feel like I'm just getting inspire with Ray music right. This is just not a rule you need to follow what it feels. Good favor retracts. The pump. You up tracks or music with today. I mean Reagan. Obviously am I love Jay Bobbin but I also enjoy injuries music. You Know I. I love a house. I'm actually taking classes for Taga for a DJ. I just I just is love life uniting the love for life I mean if I had more time so many things I wanna do I wanna do everything right Lee do at this day so I go to the gym and I get out of the gene about six fifty and at that point night on my phone and I look at.
"santiago" Discussed on The Ikonns
"My beautiful friends and welcome to the icons podcast today. Alex and I are going to introduce you tell friend Santiago Tagore Rana who also happens to be number six top real estate agent in all of the United States by the way. There's I think over two million real estate state agents in the United States which is an incredible accomplishment. But we're not here to talk about just Santiago's accomplishments in his career but his journey and and how he got to where he is today and what I found fascinating is that Santiago basically speaks our language she talks about gratitude. Manifestation he talks about how Tony Robinson's work because that influence that our journey as well. And there's just so many practical tools that he's going to give you that you can start using today to manifest the life they you wanna create so let's dive into this podcast. I'm super excited and I can't wait to hear what you guys think about it. Where before before we dive in I do WanNa talk about Santiago more because this is GonNa be a long episode as always we have and I want you to get you pumped up? This is probably one of the best episodes we had to date. Santiago really dropped some gems as Mimi has said and what I'm excited about. This episodes that he sold over two billion real state as music. One of the top agents. He deals with celebrities like Lady Gaga. He'll house Lebron James. I think even built the house though Lebron yet listen that showed us the picture as beautiful so the special thing about the story stories. We're we're we're about to go into that. He literally came from nothing when he came to the states he had like one hundred thirty dollars in his pocket. You went from being a busboy to now being what he is now now and all these things that he speaks about as we said there's rules ation the power of gratitude. All these things they all work. And even I've left so so inspired after this episode. You know it's a good one when you mean. Alex inspired to do something. And by the end of the PODCAST. I'm thinking I cannot wait to religion to this podcast with an actually make nodes..
"santiago" Discussed on The Frame
"It. Coming up on the frame more with Ruben, Santiago Hudson and his one man show. Lock wanna blues? Welcome back to the frame. I'm John horn. We're talking today with Ruben Santiago Hudson, the writer director and performer of the solo autobiographical play Lackawanna blues. It's now at the Mark taper forum. Luck wanna blues is not a musical in the traditional sense, but Santiago Hudson shares the stage with Qatar is Chris Thomas king and together. They intertwine music song and pros to build a sense of place and story will pick up with Santiago Hudson and a clip from Lackawanna blues where a spoken monologue. Turns into a blue song. There's a chain. In the weather. In the chain. Oh in the deep Lucy. There's a change in my be. Going to be a change in me. When asked about working with Bill SIMS junior about how you figured out how text and music would come together. And why the blues it's called Lackawanna blues were so important as a musical framework. We're working with Bill villages come in to the room with two guitars and sit in the corner. It was only he and I am the room. And he would just listen to my stories his stories were very similar minds from Marion Ohio by where Georgia so many characters. I talked about even though he didn't even rooming house lifting his community. You know, he talked about two guys name spaghetti and meatballs. And one guy was short and fat and other guy was tones Guinea, and they were gamblers, you know, so we would have these stories so Bill would just sit there and woodshed on guitar. And when he thought it was right? He would say do that. Again, man. Do tell me the story in and then he would find his way in we look at each other. Shrug and say, that's it. Okay. Let's go to something else. And he was retained in keep it. He was a monster musician. He practiced all day and all night anytime you call him at seven o'clock in the morning because we both got a Burley. What's up brother be just working my art his hands would be bruised in calloused? But that that was Bill in in. I can't tell you how much I miss him. You're onstage with a very talented musician. Chris Thomas king, and he's there with you the entire time. Any normally scores the show, but he helps us the mood and scene changes with you. I wanna play a clip from like one blues where king guitar accompany is one of your monologues. Nineteen fifty six Anke played the dodgers in the World Series Yankees. One. Jackie robinson. A lot of people say I sound like Jack Robinson. Always admired him because. Sounded. American. I spent seventeen years in jail learning how to sound American. That's why South American when you're talking to an American all American like a fifty six Chevy when ask a little bit about that monologue. And about the way that you and Chris worked together with Chris is extraordinarily he's extrordinary. He is the spirit of Bill SIMS junior on stage in I was fortunate to through a lot of digging. I'm talking about two different storage units. Clean. My office out. Totally almost went mad searching found a cassette of the original show. Not great audio, but you can hear music and Chris listen to it in new, okay? This dance that they're doing any picked it up. But then he also adds his own thing his own Louisiana touch. It's extrordinary I could feel Bill through Chris in real wonderful wonderful way. And it's just a glorious thing that to be on stage with him. There's a lot of moments in the play where the audience. Is in on something that certain people understand there's a dance that you reference. There's a way of treating hair that you reference when you're listening to the audience react to the show. How has that reaction changed over the years because there are certain lines that really land? I think in a different way today than they might have landed eighteen years ago. Well, we talking about a celebration of culture when I talk about doing a certain day when I talk about treating hair certain way, when I talk about certain food what I'm trying to do what I am doing is allowing you a foreigner to experience what is glorious and beautiful in my community. What is sacred in my community in the great part about it is that the great majority of audience is leaning in for it. They're curious they want to know. That's what brings us together. Ignorance is what rips apart curiosity brings us together because we lean into the next person. We don't know a lot of my audience has not come to the taper ever, and they respond to it because it's their community. And they get delighted they're delighted that. Other people accept it. The other thing that you do with the audience is I think you get them feeling one thing. And then you throw a curveball that there is a very powerful monologue in the show about somebody describing a crime he's committed and it moves between song and pros, and it starts kind of comedic Lii. And then it becomes very dark and very powerful and audience. I think including myself is is really kind of reacting in real time to how this story's unfolding is that important to you that you're catching people a little bit off guard and making sure that they remember that real things are happening at some of those real things are really terrible kitchen them a lot of guard. It's called that Kadhamy the greatest writers in the world. Shakespeare, August Wilson Strindberg Brecht Beckett. That kinda me how do I get you on that cliff in you think you're gonna fall over in a pull you back down or push you off that cliff? But I gotta get you to the cliff. I gotta loosen. Yup. I gotta get you. You know, nice and flexible, so then I can bend June to the positions. I wanna Benji in two in. Make your valuable soi make you drop your defenses and then lay UN hit. Gotcha. Then you can hear people scared to believe they think all this little fellow. You know, he's talking that where he's funny. And then all of a sudden, they realize he had a story. But what is the end of it? Nanny understood me, no matter. What I did. She didn't make judgement. So when I play these characters I play them the same way. I don't judge them a reveal them nanny gave you a life. And she gave you stories that you can share. Did she make you an artist you think nanny was say to me, whatever you wanna do you going to be very good at it? You could be great. But you can't have step. If you wanna be a garbage man, it'd be the best if you wanna be a teacher be the best teacher, and I said well ninety I think I'm gonna be an actor. She said you're going to be the best, but don't have step. Don't almost do it. And I said, okay, mama. I won't let you down in even in hardest times because it has not always been easy in still not easy. I'm still fighting. I'm still auditioning still struggling I get no eighty ninety percent of times. What I hear is. No. You still here? Nanny say no have steps. Oh, yeah. When I go into stage every night, I call out a lot of names. It's a ritual in I say, y'all come on in this a lot of names some of those names from nanny. And August Wilson, Lloyd Richards, my father a lean Bill SIMS as the come on. 'cause I cannot go out here by myself. I will forget those lines. I'll forget those sounds. I'll be intimidated. It's just natural immune. But with them with me, I'm the biggest man in the world when I walked down like, whatever, I do is going to be golden because I got these people ain't Ruben his people, you know, Ruben Santiago Hudson is the writer director and performer of lock wanna blues is at the Mark taper forum through April twenty first Ruben, thanks so much for coming in. This was great now pre sheet you so much. And that is the frame for today. Thanks for listening both on the radio and on demand. And thank you so much for supporting KPCC. I'm John horn. We'll see you here tomorrow.
"santiago" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And the monarchy the bbc's guy hedge k went to meet santiago in his studio in madrid to find out how his work is inspired by protests and ignites protests of its own we make decent with political prisoners and convicting say of regression santiago sierra explains the upcoming itinerary for his work political prisoners in contemporary spain is the same book but later in doing english we are going to paste posters on the street it has made him something of a celebrity in recent months and he explains how the idea for it came about we started this more than a year ago because we realized that around us is full of people who had problems with an offer to build cities minneapolisst on also activist i think i decided to investigate it i'm from the studio initiate an investigation about who is for this reason and we found a lot of people the faces of these people pixellated we can't see there is or the features of their faces nor do we see their names do we and why why don't we see their faces or their dictum to protect them because i don't want to put more pressure in their life wasn't sure if they is helpful to show their faces but anyway everybody knows who is some of them are ready famous quite famous and at the end of for work at the end of the year of the investigation we had this programming catalunya and they start to the people for catalunia politicians and it makes it stronger because it's a shame for his pain the situation tober the catalan government held a referendum on independence from spain which the central government deemed illegal catalan el salvador's was sung in the streets of catalonia every day as a territorial crisis unfolded among the faces included in santiago's artwork several catalan political leaders who have been jailed ahead of their trial for sedition and rebellion here's what is important is not the political opinion on these people what is important and i'm talking about them because they received any unfair treatment independently of their own ideas here you have people working from the rights of the workers in the fields of andalucia anarchist group you also people fighting for the independence of the basque country but this is not the point the point that is that we cannot accent this kind of political persecution of any member of this country of somebody from my wrote in february santiago's work was withdrawn from a major madrid art fair of the owners of the venue complained about it the situation was hysterical around at work a week later i realized that was very good what happened because he's become more famous equity million so my intention was to make it public they can make it more public so thank you is there a wave of censorship or was this a one off there has been example right now is a rapper whose going to jail for for singing and is funny no with you here song song you realize that polling listeners is not love is just acting as his in love in the case of burke's acting that he shotgun and he's going to everyone is not going to kill you everyone everybody understand this simple things feature interpretation desired and respected and indian has pain is more important the monarchy than the freedom of speech of the artist musician what this is what happened afterwards the gracie amount of shows of this is some of the danieli on the reaction this society when we show biz was in front of this freedom freedom of the political prisoners.
"santiago" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"To lobby members of the committee to kill or water down the bills and these amendments gutted the bill by creating loopholes that would allow isp's to do all kinds of nasty stuff i talked about this on the air yesterday and even nancy pelosi and representative anna issue of us house of representatives reached out to santiago out to assemblyman miguel santiago of california asking him not to bend to the intense lobbying efforts of at and t nancy pelosi said we will not settle for the week bills being pushed by republicans that'll eliminate crucial consumer protections that are net neutrality in name only now i don't know if santiago is a democrat or republican but he limited the duration of statements members could make regarding the bill within the time allotted those members who approved of wieners original measure hotly opposed the santiago amendments after the discussion weiner announced that you'll be withdrawing the bill as to not force a vote so keep up the pressure if you're in california it's assemblyman miguel santiago who may hold the future of net neutrality in the united states in his hands right now tommaseo and spencer new york asia's yo what's up hello mr hartman a little lightheaded i haven't eaten a couple of days i'm just gonna make my statement get off the phone i take on as a fan because i have but i don't take it every day i take it when i'm about to have a seizure sometimes i feel like a half hour before i can take your pam and it'll stop the seizure and i'm guessing you're not taking a high enough dose to turn you into a drooling zombie to use the phrase news one milligram but when i take it on you know out for a day and i'm also my point then my bigger point is that i'm very open to coercion i have to be told by somebody no you can't go to work today you can't drive the car today you have to stay in bed so if i was on that drug and other drugs and tied to a chair and naked i might be able to be coerced into doing or even saying anything i might be coerced into admitting that i was a member of the gang there was threatening to kill me two weeks ago you know what i mean a junkin get one of these fifteen year old kid to admit accused a member of a gang he's got going on i think that's a victory for him.
"santiago" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Read those good catch you must prove grip is catching up with you i miss you tremendously and i'll see you at the night of santiago rhetoric how can you i love you off i so she's the burden for real dumb i'll be filled with white man what did we like the ver what you do it to her what do you what i view to hell no the way she speaks about what happened that cruises like he was life altering or like some advice i was i felt like i was almost a a guru of sorts i was like oh you i think goes like mr who took up early because i guess we baden and i was like i want you to have fun because i'm amah the cruised him to meet new people would super serve the listeners who paid their money to go on the crews so we had indepth conversations and couple of cuddle sessions you guys you guys see are we cuddled under the stars no okay if you've ever that i did not give her that no belt don't you that the camera either i did not i didn't even give her that on the luke it it was all pg mike it was all he do not have i believe that i believe you manner there is a really what is that the law gives lab leave it said look i look was that you're you're large fingers devos after out there i'm very um doctor's note weird we are glad from us all picture over i got a leg up my gosh what them widows people i don't know always w why walker zone the mennonite oh i got like a little how prairie fat from like i could see that yeah yeah yeah wholesome learn in butter like who would have people out there at the with the you know that group return of butter and order that like he knows out of you.
"santiago" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
"Which is just essentially everything inside of los angeles sort of become mexico you get outside of los angeles you can get out of mexico a little bit or or not of kind of depends anyway i was a checking in and i was sitting i was talking to the attack whoever that card attendant whatever was at the task and i was like santino c a r o l l a and they're like and then the hispanic person behind the deck said santiago kharaia yeah that'll that'll do and i took the pass thought there for the people mispronouncing stuff in english the way they used to but no it's just it's just were mattiello now that's why she said santiago santino didn't make sense for her santiago made sense it made sense i'm not calling or anything i don't know it does that's that's where living in mexico and that so i then said okay and by the way i don't correct paul never see again because i look at that's it bigger waste of my time and their time like i bushy ninety to settle her hash for went for that for when we never see each other again i don't know who that person anyway i was just i'm always on to the next station in life and then i go to the administration place which always has six kiosks in one human being there my six pays in one thursday and one person and you just saying there and like maybe taught me with these five days renault any put your name and you're sitting there saying there and then a certain point i sit down there and the woman behind the deaths is doing the kunlun soon and you are the father of santiago.
"santiago" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
"Speaking of us hispanic culture i i found myself watching mexican soap opera recently and i couldn't stop watching it you you know why because every which is comfortable with what they work hard check i'm one of the village woman i'm a may male amana young men older bet ever just was what they were you know what i mean they were trying to be anything different they weren't uncomfortable being whatever they just that's what they were mmhmm can i tell you about something place loans reagan in the hispanics the city's jump the shark we're now are now mexico at this point there i was talking to dr drew announced a checking sunny into the children's hospital which is just essentially everything inside of los angeles sort of become mexico you get outside of los angeles you can get out of mexico a little bit or or not kinda kinda depends anyway i was a checking in and i was sitting i was talking to the attack in whoever the card attendant whatever was at the task and i was like santino c a r o l l a and they're like and then the hispanic person behind the deck said santiago kharaia yeah that'll that'll do and i took the pass thought there for the people mispronouncing stuff in english the way they used to but no it's just it's just were mattiello now that's why she said santiago santino didn't make sense for her santiago made sense it made sense i'm not calling or anything i don't know it does that's that's where living in mexico and that so i then.