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"santiago" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast

Pj Alpha Music Podcast

06:26 min | Last month

"santiago" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast

"In the controls. Carl santiago with his new single call for calm. He'll be my guest today. Where federal mines carlos latrobe. Thanks and i really appreciate. Thanks for the invitation. Now it's no problem in so this is the episode number seventy six from the pf. Podcast make sure that if you listen to us and facebook I mean you make sure that you like a scribe and you are doing this in the core dot. Fm that's my pocket station. Make your the you share with your friends. We're going to go right into it. We're not gonna sell our time this a lot of things that we need to talk about and carlos here the yes skeeve Everything has to do with his new single. Okay now carl santiago's i know that you are. Am i wrong. This you are selling star player. Songwriter and composer right. Yeah in and you work in a couple of bands so couple projects and the pass. Let me see right here is some are you. What would the amora at luna right. That is correct and no party left behind. That is correct. And you're originally from puerto rico right. Of course my friends currently from puerto rico from the island of puerto rico. Now you currently living in florida and of course you're now the let's call it the i don't wanna see the founder but the composer of puttering here does right. That is correct. Okay so tell us a little bit of yourself happen. How'd you win. Phone down in the island all the way back to the states. Well that's definitely a long story. Air most legend auto do no. I mean when i was in the endanger american university in puerto rico You know there was a lot of people asians and talk over there and they'll brady more the the joffe asian Avedis on over firming. Down today let And wha- and that was back when that was two thousand say what he has in two thousand thirteen or officially moved down here to you. Us and that was Baba was milwaukee rumor wisconsin. Yes i remember right now. Living milwaukee wisconsin gordon. Everything that we talk when you were leaving a different state correct. oh lifting. Let them wisconsin. I then i moved down to wyoming from wyomia a move down to new york for new york. Just move around live in jersey hamtramck massachusetts just in that era and then i went back to wisconsin. It's like a cycle man. Yeah you should obese. A florida woman is always telling me that we should just go down slowly. Kra handle a couple years of puerto rico. I think it will be fine with us. Have this fine. So carla we I make card of the first time on it was. Why two thousand nine. I will say two thousand eight a when we. When i was doing my bachelor's degrees and puerto rico. You wanna tell them that story when when we met for the first time. Oh i'm trying to remember. When was that. I wasn't the in the piano was i. Don't know i. I if i remember correctly i remember seeing you in the library. When when i was in college like a hat i always. Yeah always so remember seeing him. And i'm like who who this guy man. He's always carry on guitar with the hat and one time mean the piano. ruled practicing. I was playing soda right. And all those other guy was the one that knocked. The door has a playing zelda. Yep that was me. And i remember that. Did you gotta play some final fantasy. Oh yeah remember. Remember i never did right and then a place Final fantasy never. Just you'll only true Back then there was a lot of people trying to play video games. Music indus- interesting because the golden age of beato games and classical music right. Yeah so there was a lot of people trying to bring the videogames Song stuff like that with plaguing in classical manner and back then that was like the golden age right the way that you just put yourself out there on. Remember back then. Social media was the thing was not aspect right so you have facebook. You have on. Youtube was on by was very early days remember. I haven't lost my space. My thank yeah. And what was the name of paying hotmail messengers of your roma senior. So that was. That was back dan right. So you had a message on your demise space and if you play a little bit of sell the litter fantasy people will be like. Oh my god. He's is the celtic. I is defined this guy. Yep so carl talk a little bit more about your project drug. In a couple of days you just released on your first single for on filtering serta. Can you want me to give you my opinion right thing when i hear it or you wanna just jump in and just explain what tunisia is all about. I would love to hear your opinion. Okay for two hundred zero. Every time i hear is is interesting because the picture of the video. You walking down side among Do you think it recorded anything. Someone right yes. Yes you did someone so you give me this This picture of musician just walking.

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A Look at Season 9 of Brooklyn Nine-Nine

Pop Culture Happy Hour

01:12 min | Last month

A Look at Season 9 of Brooklyn Nine-Nine

"We have talked on this show about brooklyn nine nine. We even didn't episode on it back in two thousand fifteen and we've been delighted to see it renewed and revived as it's wended. Its way through eight seasons last month. That kicked off a final ten episode season which ends with the last two episodes airing thursday night. Now this season follows along gap the last episode of season seven aired in april of twenty twenty one month before the murder of george floyd and the reckoning that followed included a national conversation about depictions of police and tv and movies. And this show certainly could not have moved forward or finished. Its run without acknowledging the world around it brooklyn nine nine. Final season has its characters. Reckoning that new landscape in different ways rosa diaz has left the force to investigate bad cops while other characters are reassessing and smaller and subtler ways. Charles boyle is leaning into virtuous signaling amy santiago and captain holt are pushing for department wide reforms jake. Peralta is taking responsibility for his own missteps as a cop not to mention trying to maintain work life balance now that he and amy have a new

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"santiago" Discussed on Experiences You Should Have

Experiences You Should Have

04:37 min | Last month

"santiago" Discussed on Experiences You Should Have

"Enough. It's probably not part of the camino. It's finishing the camino in san diego watching everyone go and then continuing the walk to finish their like. There's a couple more days that you can squeeze in at the end where you walk from santiago to finish their and that's or as some of my friends that looks you instead but You you keep walking for like three more days and you end up at the ocean and like you literally can't walk any further like that's the end you're at the end of the country in there's the atlantic and that section really stood out to me because it was like all these people so builds builds and builds in as you get closer to santiago. There's more people because a lot of people don't do the whole thing they just do. The last few hundred kilometers really starts to build up. And then by the time we get to santa diego. There's just proud of churches and then you say goodbye to your friends. And then it's like you're quiet again and the it's gorgeous trail beyond santiago because it's a lot less traveled and you're still in beautiful country and i found myself alone except for on one night at found one other hiker and Chatted a lot. And you know like most. Pilgrim's do go out to dinner in talk about the trail and whatnot. And but for those three days it was just. It was very quiet and peaceful and like will so is it was weird it was actually not part of the camino but it was that after that little bit after last scoop of ice cream or little bite of dessert at the end that you can save her. So that stood out to me. The most on this was just those three days after santiago and continuing walking To finish their all right is an excellent tip you know and and bringing in that experience said don't stop in san diego.

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"santiago" Discussed on Experiences You Should Have

Experiences You Should Have

05:41 min | Last month

"santiago" Discussed on Experiences You Should Have

"Plus you know it's it's also like you're not you're not quite ready for all of the walking if you haven't been training so it can be tricky for some people that are just fresh on their legs the first day going uphill for quite a ways and then trail for twenty right. Do you think this could be done in a wheelchair. I i actually think so. I think you could do this in a wheelchair for a lot of it. There might be a couple of spots here and there where you start getting on some you know some of the trails and you're gonna run into some water features that you gotta get across small ones but like you know crossing over some some water on rocks but wow i'd say like you can do a huge portion of this trail in a wheelchair like okay. Well that's really interesting. So i'm going to provide some additional resources in the show notes on experiences. You should have dot com if you are looking for an accessible trail now there's multiple trails to santiago. Is there another one. That would be even more differently. Well actually in thinking about it. This trail is road biked a lot there road bikers because you'll also see a lot of bikers sharing the albert with hikers so there is a way that people riding bicycles can do this entire thing so in some spots where you would run into a problem. Of course you'd be on road in some spots where you had to go through trail with. That might not be wheelchair accessible the road. Maybe accessible Alternative for just the hiking way and that's the bicycling way but yes as far as like some of the other casinos. The only one i could really speak to is the the portuguese one that i did. And that's up the coast line and same thing a lot of road walking. There's a lot of beaches though that that you run a you can that coastal walk is kind of tricky because you could either stay inland a little bit or you can stay right on the ocean. It's kind of like a few different ways that you can go up. The coastline import bill. You could navigate that for a good section on a wheelchair as well. all right. look at that guys. We have some interesting accessible route. Fear Which i just think that's really exciting. Side note the language was Galicia.

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"santiago" Discussed on Experiences You Should Have

Experiences You Should Have

02:10 min | Last month

"santiago" Discussed on Experiences You Should Have

"It was two things that had happened one to a friend of mine. That had already hyped. It really good friends with and respect her a lot and she had done this hike and some of the stories in she told me about. It says you have to go do this. You have to go to decide. If you're you know 'cause i was looking for the next the next hike to do And so it was like okay. Let's got some time. I'll go do this And she was right. You know absolutely not through hiking. Different type a hike but it was beautiful In its own beautiful way. So that was one of the reasons was a friend plus than it's like Got time and i can get over to europe and do some travelling there. Why not hit a camino at the same time and it's shorter so if you only have like a month and a half you can. You can do the whole thing right right. This isn't a five-month endeavor. So so the camino descent. Diago is about Five hundred miles. Is that correct. Yep right around. Five hundred depending on if you're starting it from saint joan p deport going to santiago or like the other There's different ranges depending on your route and you can take a few different routes along the way so if you do the most common one yeah you're looking at five hundred miles all right all right. And and so five hundred miles. How me with the math here. How many miles is not a day. That depends on your heightening style. So if you wanna hike bigger days where you're doing you know forty fifty kilometers day You can really move through this trail in like twenty days if you're moving fast And that's pretty much what i ended up doing. It was like the seventeenth april. Seven tiv was. When i started late year of is this. This is twenty fifteen. I did this one..

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El Salvador Leads World in Adopting Bitcoin as Official Currency

WSJ Tech News Briefing

01:32 min | Last month

El Salvador Leads World in Adopting Bitcoin as Official Currency

"Salvador is one of the poorest countries in the western hemisphere and relies heavily on remittances payments setback from workers in the united states since two thousand and one el salvador has used the us dollar after ditched its local currency the cologne. The country is not known for leading the world in financial innovation. But on tuesday it's set to become the first nation in the world to accept bitcoin as a national currency. The move has been celebrated by bitcoin fans across the globe but on the ground. The reaction has been different with protests and popping up in the capital. San salvador are deputy editor for latin america. Santiago perez recently visited the country to find out how the government plans to make this transition work. And why it's taken this bold move and he joins us now to discuss high santiago. Hello how are you today. I'm doing well This seems like a pretty big deal. El salvador is a country of more than six million people. Starting today. it's going to be the first in the world to accept bitcoin as legal currency. How is that going to work well to start this giant step for the evolution of bitcoin. So it is quite remarkable that such a tiny country embarking such experiment so as of september seventh of others. We'll have the option to either pay for services with us dollars which that became the national currency almost two decades ago or they can use bitcoin for

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"santiago" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

01:46 min | Last month

"santiago" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Quit a grant or any race for that matter can be enough of an incentive to not do so today there was a bit of an issue with the pilgrims usually people who completely coming to these santiago entitled to receive this chapter this certificate compost taylor and they get it from an office here in or in synthetic closed today because of the west is i was wondering whether aimed well to ride is might be eligible because he you have to walk at least hundred kilometers all michael store. You have to look at least one hundred kilometers ohio. Two hundred conferences annual. You might mention has to be in some way religious. I think how. They proved that they've been on the actual the smart designated driver. Daniel come in a speech for some right is the welter. This really was today. Santander compostella the end of the road. I'm thinking about fabio and he's gonna retire today. We've been speaking to a fair bit lost three weeks. I mean it was a surprise when he announced that he was going to retire. And he's he's like a man who's been enjoying himself enjoying a sort of a second life almost as a different kind of writer here the world. It's been a lot of breaks. He told me yesterday. Getting bryce for something. That scared him that he had never really contemplated getting embraced before and only over the last week. Since he's the general classification has he allowed himself to get into. I'm and found out that he really enjoyed it and maybe thinking that he should have written a bit more like that before but rich yesterday already. He was talking.

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"santiago" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness

Chasing Poker Greatness

02:16 min | Last month

"santiago" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness

"Me what your story look. Like entering the world of cards. Okay well my book. Our journey began will buy in one poker book. I by syria. Fokker buysc lansky. How how old were you at. How are you are you now. I thirty seven now. This was like twenty years ago. Marlins and the guy who i bought the book was like a big fino worker books so like we we extend over. Phones became friends. And he invited me to a homing. He played with with other friends. Like thirty. twenty five thirty or guys blame. How are you now thirty seven and then when you got invited to the game twenty five maybe ten ten twelve years five twenty six. And where are you. Where are you from by the way. I'm from argentina. Argentina's how is the poker world in argentina. Now it's like swallow the virus. It's stopped the tournaments We have like long teams here like eight. Nine months Yes we we have got like a boom fokker bod. It started like in a twenty ten years ago more or less. Okay we'll pause there go back to your story so you're getting in poker you get invited. It's a little bit before the argentinian poker boonsak cool a so i became like the venue organizer game because they were playing strange shootout bit. Were the sleep. Players passed to the final table. And i told them guys. You can be reducing that on the tables unplanned like a regular tournament. Okay okay you do. Starting star was like twenty glance. They say no guys with one hundred ignites recovered light his okay well so i change all the tournaments became like the new the new boss of the hong and until now if today that that was ten years ago so it's very good group of friends that that that booker gave me.

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Santiago 'PokerLogia' Mansilla: Acclaimed Author and Keeper of Poker Lore

Chasing Poker Greatness

02:16 min | Last month

Santiago 'PokerLogia' Mansilla: Acclaimed Author and Keeper of Poker Lore

"Me what your story look. Like entering the world of cards. Okay well my book. Our journey began will buy in one poker book. I by syria. Fokker buysc lansky. How how old were you at. How are you are you now. I thirty seven now. This was like twenty years ago. Marlins and the guy who i bought the book was like a big fino worker books so like we we extend over. Phones became friends. And he invited me to a homing. He played with with other friends. Like thirty. twenty five thirty or guys blame. How are you now thirty seven and then when you got invited to the game twenty five maybe ten ten twelve years five twenty six. And where are you. Where are you from by the way. I'm from argentina. Argentina's how is the poker world in argentina. Now it's like swallow the virus. It's stopped the tournaments We have like long teams here like eight. Nine months Yes we we have got like a boom fokker bod. It started like in a twenty ten years ago more or less. Okay we'll pause there go back to your story so you're getting in poker you get invited. It's a little bit before the argentinian poker boonsak cool a so i became like the venue organizer game because they were playing strange shootout bit. Were the sleep. Players passed to the final table. And i told them guys. You can be reducing that on the tables unplanned like a regular tournament. Okay okay you do. Starting star was like twenty glance. They say no guys with one hundred ignites recovered light his okay well so i change all the tournaments became like the new the new boss of the hong and until now if today that that was ten years ago so it's very good group of friends that that that booker gave me.

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Daos, NFTS and Crypto Derivatives Win Attention as Billionaire Paulson Calls Crypto Worthless

The Breakdown with NLW

01:59 min | Last month

Daos, NFTS and Crypto Derivatives Win Attention as Billionaire Paulson Calls Crypto Worthless

"What are the interesting things about. Hedge funds and venture investors. Is that often times. One really big contrarian bet that pays off can solidify investors reputation for a very very long time. John paulson had one of those bets. Betting against the housing market in advance of the great financial crisis. That position ended up netting him and his investors something like twenty billion dollars which is very clearly a career defining bet however it hasn't been quite as good since then at peak in twenty eleven pulse and managed thirty eight billion that was down to nine billion by twenty nineteen when he shut down his hedge fund and started managing his own money an estimated three point five billion instead this is not the scoff at three point five billion dollar fortune but simply to point out the paulsen is proven himself to be pretty firmly in the camp of one really good call which perhaps takes the sting out of his recent comments on bloomberg wealth with david. Rubenstein about crypto. The setup to that combo is one. Many bitcoin is in particular will resonate with basically he says that an expanded money supply is going to drive inflation. His bet however big time is gold. He's backed it for years. And this apparently is finally. It's moment crypto. On the other hand he says will eventually prove to be worthless. I wouldn't recommend anyone. Invest in crypto currencies. Santiago santos said on twitter. It's hard to know. How much is luck versus skill and investing unless you can win and lose on purpose to this day. I doubt my ability. Here's paulson who got a tip from a deutsche bank trader too short housing poor track record since won't be as lucky. This time with crypto masari's ryan sell. Kiss was a bit snark here. John paulson must be bitter. That about thirty crypto investors and entrepreneurs have now leapfrogged him in net worth betting on gold versus digital gold financial internet and the user owned economy at this point is record shadowing boomer energy. What a savage and true phrase record shattering boomer energy

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Detroit Tigers' Miguel Cabrera Joins 500 Home Run Club

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

01:36 min | 2 months ago

Detroit Tigers' Miguel Cabrera Joins 500 Home Run Club

"On sunday. The big news happened the game between the tigers in the toronto blue jays. This was miguel cabrera. Four hundred ninety nine career homers as. He stepped into the box in the top of the sixth inning. The one one five all right center deep. Got a chance gal. Cabrera has done it. Five santiago as he rounds third his teammates dugout and this crowd in toronto on their feet. Gandak or that. Great call. Ninety seven point one the ticket. The tigers win the game five to three and afterward. Miguel cabrera was asked what he was thinking about during the at bat think he'd say now mind get up. Get up something though. I mean we i blank. America is every friday Our mean. I'm glad he the flood organically him. He was asked about what sunday meant to him. I mean not. Like i say only for me you know people roaming the Throw it on my cautious. They might have The people from swayed Might finally lights really because despicable mike. Finally delivered louise. I'm really happy. But the syntagma state focus. I got a a Through my doing on the to get back on

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Seattle Mariners Pitcher Hector Santiago Suspended 80 Games

News, Traffic and Weather

00:19 sec | 3 months ago

Seattle Mariners Pitcher Hector Santiago Suspended 80 Games

"Game Major league baseball suspension. Seattle lefty reliever Hector Santiago. Testing positive four extra genius. Testosterone. Yeah, he's the same ballplayer who just served a 10 game suspension for having illegal foreign substance on his glove. The Mariners are off tonight. They opened a series tomorrow in Texas. Gonzaga freshman

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"santiago" Discussed on Venture Stories

Venture Stories

05:13 min | 3 months ago

"santiago" Discussed on Venture Stories

"Hello everybody and welcome to venture. Stories from village global. We're fortunate today to have with us. Santiago juarez co founder and ceo of audie dot com and santiago. Tell us a little bit about that business. And then we'll talk about his advice for days. Zero founders and early stage founders thinking about building their business in importantly taking their first money from investors so santiago over to tell us a little bit about yourself absolutely so first of all. Thank you and i'm delighted to be here..

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"santiago" Discussed on Thinking Poker Podcast

Thinking Poker Podcast

04:07 min | 4 months ago

"santiago" Discussed on Thinking Poker Podcast

"Strategy question comes to us from e. n. and i'm actually going to paraphrase a little bit because he asked about it in the context of a specific hand but i think that the specific hand is is not terribly important but question was just kind of about when to pass up an edge in tournaments You know the idea. If this is a soft field you can come. Continue to accumulate shifts. Maybe without getting all in or without taking a big risk of elimination. And how should you make these decisions of Essentially valuing your tournament life to say even though this might be plus chippy play How should i think about. Maybe it's not worth the risk. And i can find better plus. Tbb plays by folding now and trying to continue to play later so basically we said is. Is there a way to gauge your edge to justify folding in spy where you're tournament life is on the line i would say the short answer is yes. I have a video series on tournament poker edge which gets to this a little bit. It's called getting off on the right foot. It's about thinking in terms of ev when you're playing tournaments as opposed to Thinking in terms of dislike you know winning the tournament or something like that get into the topic of a little bit there but you know basically you can measure your win rate in a tournament the same way that you can in a cash game. We're trying to estimate it the same way. So i think most people are familiar with this idea of big blinds per hundred a win rate and cash game players certainly are familiar with it in tournaments big blinds. One hundred is not the only thing we care about because you know there are things like icm and stuff like that. But essentially big blinds per hundred is a measure of like for every hundred hands that you play. How many big blinds do you win on average. And that's a more than useful studying cash games because the situations are more similar to each other. Like you know if you play. Fifty thousand hands of online cash. No limit holdem. Those fifty thousand hands are like. There fairly often played with similar stack sizes. They played with similar number players at the table. they're not usually played with Aunties often they played against a field of of many he might play with the same person thousands of times over the course of those fifty thousand hands so they are a little bit more comparable to each other even so like if you have a big enough sample size of tournaments you can start to get a sense of. What is your win rate. Look like in tournaments. I will say. I mean you can at least get a sense of like what are the. What are the bounds. Like what kinds of win rates are are reasonable. And i think this is where this is really what we're interested in anyway. I think one thing that happens a lot in tournaments is people get into spots and rather than trying to figure out the actual. Ev of leeann like they're facing they raise and then somebody jams on them and like rather than trying to actually figure out the call. They'll i think it's frankly it's kind of a lazy approach. They'll just kind of shrug and be like well. I don't want to risk it. I can accumulate chips more. Like i have an edge. I don't wanna risking eliminate. I'm just gonna fold this. I i think it's i it's worth figuring out like. How much would it be worth to you to call. You should know how to do that. And i definitely. I talked about how to do that in that getting off on the right foot series but basically it's just a matter of looking at your pods compared to how much you need to call and assessing your equity versus the opponents range so i think i you need to put a number on. What is it worse to me to call and something to understand. Is that even calls. That might not seem like they're worth very much like maybe you're facing twenty five big blind shove and calling only has an ebay of like plus half a big blind. So why am. I going to risk twenty-five big blinds to try to win half the big blind winning half a big blind in a single hand translates to fifty big blinds per one hundred hands played a win rate of fifty big blinds per hundred dutton astronomical enraged. If you could actually win half a big blind every single hand that you played you would be the greatest poker player in the

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When to Pass Up an Edge

Thinking Poker Podcast

04:07 min | 4 months ago

When to Pass Up an Edge

"Strategy question comes to us from e. n. and i'm actually going to paraphrase a little bit because he asked about it in the context of a specific hand but i think that the specific hand is is not terribly important but question was just kind of about when to pass up an edge in tournaments You know the idea. If this is a soft field you can come. Continue to accumulate shifts. Maybe without getting all in or without taking a big risk of elimination. And how should you make these decisions of Essentially valuing your tournament life to say even though this might be plus chippy play How should i think about. Maybe it's not worth the risk. And i can find better plus. Tbb plays by folding now and trying to continue to play later so basically we said is. Is there a way to gauge your edge to justify folding in spy where you're tournament life is on the line i would say the short answer is yes. I have a video series on tournament poker edge which gets to this a little bit. It's called getting off on the right foot. It's about thinking in terms of ev when you're playing tournaments as opposed to Thinking in terms of dislike you know winning the tournament or something like that get into the topic of a little bit there but you know basically you can measure your win rate in a tournament the same way that you can in a cash game. We're trying to estimate it the same way. So i think most people are familiar with this idea of big blinds per hundred a win rate and cash game players certainly are familiar with it in tournaments big blinds. One hundred is not the only thing we care about because you know there are things like icm and stuff like that. But essentially big blinds per hundred is a measure of like for every hundred hands that you play. How many big blinds do you win on average. And that's a more than useful studying cash games because the situations are more similar to each other. Like you know if you play. Fifty thousand hands of online cash. No limit holdem. Those fifty thousand hands are like. There fairly often played with similar stack sizes. They played with similar number players at the table. they're not usually played with Aunties often they played against a field of of many he might play with the same person thousands of times over the course of those fifty thousand hands so they are a little bit more comparable to each other even so like if you have a big enough sample size of tournaments you can start to get a sense of. What is your win rate. Look like in tournaments. I will say. I mean you can at least get a sense of like what are the. What are the bounds. Like what kinds of win rates are are reasonable. And i think this is where this is really what we're interested in anyway. I think one thing that happens a lot in tournaments is people get into spots and rather than trying to figure out the actual. Ev of leeann like they're facing they raise and then somebody jams on them and like rather than trying to actually figure out the call. They'll i think it's frankly it's kind of a lazy approach. They'll just kind of shrug and be like well. I don't want to risk it. I can accumulate chips more. Like i have an edge. I don't wanna risking eliminate. I'm just gonna fold this. I i think it's i it's worth figuring out like. How much would it be worth to you to call. You should know how to do that. And i definitely. I talked about how to do that in that getting off on the right foot series but basically it's just a matter of looking at your pods compared to how much you need to call and assessing your equity versus the opponents range so i think i you need to put a number on. What is it worse to me to call and something to understand. Is that even calls. That might not seem like they're worth very much like maybe you're facing twenty five big blind shove and calling only has an ebay of like plus half a big blind. So why am. I going to risk twenty-five big blinds to try to win half the big blind winning half a big blind in a single hand translates to fifty big blinds per one hundred hands played a win rate of fifty big blinds per hundred dutton astronomical enraged. If you could actually win half a big blind every single hand that you played you would be the greatest poker player in the

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"santiago" Discussed on Thinking Poker Podcast

Thinking Poker Podcast

05:31 min | 4 months ago

"santiago" Discussed on Thinking Poker Podcast

"Santiago garcia sesia who is in buenos aires argentina. Very excited to talk to santiago. He is one of my favorite people. I've met in the poker world absolute delight to be around absolute delight to talk to and one of the most knowledgeable people probably in the world about poker books Also the author of a poker book. himself quintos us Which is unfortunately available only in spanish. Hopefully we can get that translated into english. But i believe that translates to something like Stories entails or something like that and it is exactly what it sounds like. It's a book of short stories of fiction but many of them based on real events related to poker he actually is the co author of that book. So we'll talk some about that. Santiago is also part of the poker loggia team which covers live poker events in argentina and elsewhere He's been doing.

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Springer Homers Again, Blue Jays Hand Rays 5th Loss in Row

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

Springer Homers Again, Blue Jays Hand Rays 5th Loss in Row

"George Springer went deep for the second straight day in Santiago Espinal hit his first career home run is the blue jays doubled up the res six three S. but all connected for a two run drive off reliever Matt Whistler capping a five run six that needed six to one Cavan Biggio delivered a two run single in the blue jays tenth win in thirteen games Adam Cimber got the win in relief of raw Strickland who allowed two hits and three walks in five and two thirds Manuel Margot homered in Kevin Kiermaier had a two run single for Tampa Bay which has dropped five straight overall and ten in a row on the road I'm Dave Ferrie

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Seattle Mariners' Santiago Suspended 10 Games for Foreign Substance

News, Traffic and Weather

00:15 sec | 4 months ago

Seattle Mariners' Santiago Suspended 10 Games for Foreign Substance

"Player suspended under major League baseball's crackdown on foreign substances. Santiago is allowed to play while he appeals the 10 game suspension and undisclosed fine. Claiming he used rosin only during Sunday's game at Chicago Sports at 10 and 40. After the hour,

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Mariners' Santiago Suspended 10 Games for Foreign Substance

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 4 months ago

Mariners' Santiago Suspended 10 Games for Foreign Substance

"Seattle Mariners pitcher Hector Santiago has been suspended for ten games he was ejected from a game Sunday and pyre checked his glove in the fifth inning he said he's still some stuff sticking them inside I would love that so I use rows and I mean I use on both sides armed swat twenty best weapon driven out of the hands Bronson is approved for use in Santiago says he understands the rules on these routes and that's what that's what we got I don't want this to be a big thing turned out to be a big thing Santiago is appealing the suspension under the crackdown that started last week all pictures are being checked by umpires during games for illicit grip enhancing substances I met Donahue

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Hector Santiago Becomes First Pitcher Ejected for Failing Sticky Substances Check

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:20 sec | 4 months ago

Hector Santiago Becomes First Pitcher Ejected for Failing Sticky Substances Check

"First picture ejected under Major League baseball's crackdown of illegal sticky substances. The umpires yesterday. Check Santiago's glove during the EMS White Sox game and found a sticky spot manager Scott Service explained. It was only rosin and perspiration. He does not believe his players should be suspended After winning two of three in

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First Pitcher Ejected Under MLB's Foreign Substance Crackdown

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:18 sec | 4 months ago

First Pitcher Ejected Under MLB's Foreign Substance Crackdown

"MLB's controversial crackdown on foreign substances has its first casualty as Mariners pitcher Hector Santiago was ejected in the fifth inning of the game against the White Sox. He failed an in game glove inspection and now subject to a possible 10 game suspension in which Seattle would not be able to replace him on

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Seattle Mariners Pitcher Hector Santiago Ejected After Failing Glove Inspection

The John Phillips Show

00:18 sec | 4 months ago

Seattle Mariners Pitcher Hector Santiago Ejected After Failing Glove Inspection

"Is the first major league baseball player to be ejected for violating the league's foreign substance policy. When the umpires checked Santiago's glove as he left the mound in the bottom of the fifth against the Chicago White Sox today, he was ejected from the game. Santiago faces a 10 game suspension without the option to replace him on the roster. KBC. So Cal

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"santiago" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

06:02 min | 4 months ago

"santiago" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"I'm honored to be joined today by somebody. I've been standing beside and working beside online and on social media in the twenty twenty elections and glad to have him here. He's the executive director of voters of tomorrow. Please welcome santiago maior santiago. Welcome thank you for having me. I'm really excited to talk to you today. Because we've had several people come on the show to talk about the things that we did in twenty twenty to get out the vote and how we're gonna do this again in two thousand twenty two and how important it is and your focus with voters of tomorrow is young. Voters your one yourself. Tell us about yourself how old you are where you're from. Yeah so i'm nineteen years old. I moved here from mexico. City two thousand seventeen active melted young voter myself that us citizens on not eligible to vote in the united states. Had been just bowed and mexico's midterm election. So that was really exciting but it is real exciting. What we ever tomorrow mostly binding different ways to meet young voters were. They are getting them engaged. Educated about the issues and actually represented in garment. There's lobbies presenting farmer others lobbies representing oil. We of course vital odd. Would they come lobby. There's really no one representing young voters and that is really begging him across bag that deserves to have their voices heard the deserves to how seat at the table because one day. It's going to be hours so we really need to have their representation. That's what voters with more. Thus and it's something i'm really passionate about so you moved here and you're not eligible to vote but you volunteered for the biden harris campaign to help mobilize young voters. That's amazing i when i moved here. I realized that both appears weren't engaged. Most of them living. You know what was going on and does who dead Attention weren't particular engaged so as the election to on. I really thought dodd. And mike experience would everything i'd had done before would be really beneficial for the campaign and i will say volunteer for them. Working to engage young voters. I work with their students for biden program and i also did from the bowl slayer into cycle aside from everything. We're going in verse with mario. Yeah and i think that this is so important because a lot of young voters feel disillusioned and disenfranchised they're not represented because most of the people in politics are older. generations were more centrist to. You know we're we're more focussed on We're kind of policy wonks. And it's so important to get young. People excited about voting in the way that you are doing this is by engaging them and representing them about government and politics you know to make them civically minded voters to to make them citizens of the democracy through education program so tell us a little bit about students for biden and how you are sort of getting in the door that way so would certain provide in the main. The key part of the program was finding students in college campuses. Who would be willing to be advocates for the biden campaign and who would be willing to campaign events hosts foam banking sessions hosts voter registration drives and that was really successful. I was just volunteered there. So i didn't have much executive power to set fitted lightly but the team. Who was leading. The program was amazing. I've got into work with some of the people in leadership council and they are all amazing as well so that's one part. D education component. I think is one of the most important aspects in any voter mobilization effort. And that's because there's oh it's kind of a cycle if you wanna get someone devout. They need to know who they're voting for in what the person stands for they need to feel represented and they need to get that. They need that incitement that urged to go vote and the recent thing. A lot of voters don't participate precisely because of that cycle they don't feel represented because the people empowered own field in each represent them because they don't vote and it just keeps going round round again until they vowed there won't be represented on the represented. Datum out and deputy rotas tomorrow. Come san and we really want to just break the cycle. Tell representatives haywar here. He says what we're doing. We're gonna take go really soon. And if you don't represent as you're gonna get voted out because we're voting on we're here. Yeah and there's kind of this gap right between what we perceive that we can get done right now but also the way that our constitution is built the way the government works. It takes these incremental baby steps. How you have to have this really long game vision and that is just not an attractive scenario to so many young voted. They're like well you know. And so. I'm wondering if you not only engage them nationally but engage them locally as well because that's where things can get done quicker right. Yeah we have. We have what we call student chapter. So does our chapters in college campuses and in local communities though students work in their local politics they engage their communities to find out. What's going on to talk to their local petitions to figure out who their state representative sar. I know a bunch of people saying that they know who their senator or representative is and many of them. Don't but it's even harder at the local level. I mean. I have a hard time off the remembering mice. Assembly person is. And i'd like working here and i like know them and i've like talked them so just finding that balance is really hard when you're trying to go am my more in the national level my working at the local level. Is this something that could be better taken care of the state legislature. Instead of congress finding balance of figuring out who do their wreck those requests it to is super important and charters flake critical role in helping students cinder communities figure out who to send to. Yeah and this is a can be a problem. I think across generations people. We take in so much data every day. We expect things to be done quickly. That's not how our government setup at this current time and i was wondering how.

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Pilgrims Return to Spain’s 'El Camino' Paths After Pandemic

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

Pilgrims Return to Spain’s 'El Camino' Paths After Pandemic

"Still dreams of returning to Spain to El Camino pops off of the pandemic eases committing to the pilgrims Poff has the sentries being a source of renewal for those willing to put their lives on hold across Spain along the Camino de Santiago a journey that takes hikers to the reported burial place of the apostle Saint James but after a year of travel restrictions soul searches a once again strapping on backpacks and following trials to the city of Santiago de Compostella the comedian was actually assumes a pause the farm out beyond the Iberian peninsula and spread across Europe whichever route one takes they all end at Santiago's rock cathedral I'm Charles de Ledesma

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American Airlines Cutting Flights to South America Because of COVID-19

Texas Standard

00:41 sec | 6 months ago

American Airlines Cutting Flights to South America Because of COVID-19

"What they were before the pandemic. 90% free covert levels was the quoted figure. Dallas Morning News is reporting that things are a bit more turbulent on the international side of things, however, American plans to cut down on its flights to South America routes to places like Sao Paulo, Lima and Santiago will all be reduced along with some outbound flights from New York and Miami. Driver here is what else? The pandemic Covert 19 cases are rising and parts of Brazil, Peru and Colombia that's reducing the demand for international travel, at least for now. American Airlines plans to revisit these root reductions later in the summer. Stevie Ray Vaughan and taking us up to 29 minutes past the hour. Texas Standard Time The news roundup.

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United Airlines International Travel Recovery Still Far Off

Texas Standard

00:41 sec | 6 months ago

United Airlines International Travel Recovery Still Far Off

"What they were before the pandemic. 90% free covert levels was the quoted figure. Dallas Morning News is reporting that things are a bit more turbulent on the international side of things, however, American plans to cut down on its flights to South America routes to places like Sao Paulo, Lima and Santiago will all be reduced along with some outbound flights from New York and Miami. Driver here is what else? The pandemic Covert 19 cases are rising and parts of Brazil, Peru and Colombia that's reducing the demand for international travel, at least for now. American Airlines plans to revisit these root reductions later in the summer. Stevie Ray Vaughan and taking us up to 29 minutes past the hour. Texas Standard Time The news roundup.

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Microsoft's flexing their wallet again

W-Key Podcast

02:01 min | 7 months ago

Microsoft's flexing their wallet again

"It's been two weeks last time we talked everybody. Ron time we're on schedule. We're we're two weeks from when we did it. We're keeping it up you know it's feel good feel good. We're we're here. We're ready to talk some gaming hope. All of you guys are as well And yeah i mean it's been interesting to say the least sort of been boring to get to a little bit of that as well too wild lately it's crazy stored come out again when i started. Podcast she was kind of off left. I mean they were things happening all the time. But i mean it's been like the streamer wars was going on me. People santiago glazes makes her shuts down crap. But now it's kind of The dust has settled for one. That even that is just from a purely gaming standpoint is just like not much like out there to really enjoy yourself on which we'll talk a little bit about but We're going to get back into a habit that i kind of broke for a little while. And we're going to give you guys this week in gaming little bit of a walk down memory lane when it comes to the gaming Titans in the past big moments in gaming most of it is game releases. So you know There's that So star not quite as deep in the history books as some of the other. This week's in gaming but man. I know you and i are both very big fans of this game. We played a ton when it came out. Tekken twenty six years old this week. Pretty big tech in has fallen to the wayside as far as as far as fighter games are concerned but it was big one back in the day like taken tournaments are going on so they definitely do not nearly. Yeah

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$259M Rent Relief Program Opens For los Angeles Residents Tuesday

Morning Edition

01:09 min | 7 months ago

$259M Rent Relief Program Opens For los Angeles Residents Tuesday

"In rent relief thanks to a state bill that allocates more than $2.5 billion in rent and utility bill relief to Californians. Money can be used to forgive rent that wasn't paid in the past 12 months reimbursed landlord struggling from a lack of rental income or to help a current rent. Assembly member Miguel Santiago represents the 53rd district in parts of downtown in East L A and supported the bill. This is big news. Big news because renters will have the ability to have either rent forgiven or a portion of the rent paid so they don't get a victim. Now you don't have to be a documented citizen. You just have to live in l, a be financially affected by the pandemic and make less than half the area Median income, which is about $56,000, a year for a family of four. This will help thousands of families stay in their homes. The reason we're pushing this and the reason we're making sure that everybody understands the programs that are out there because that one big wait to prevent the homeless problem is to make sure people don't fall in the streets. Angelenos can apply online at H C I d l A Dud L. A City daughter work.

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"santiago" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"santiago" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"A modern tradition is the pilgrims passport or the credential when you start the journey you get your passport and then you get stamps and towns along the way there are places where you can stay along the popular routes off rifugios where you can stay in dormitories overnight and your passport can get you access. Once you arrive in Santiago, you can visit the pilgrims office and show them your passport. If you have walked the last one hundred kilometers, you will get a certificate called a Compostela which signifies having completed the pilgrimage everyone who completes the track and gets their certificate will have their name and the starting point of their pilgrimage read out loud at a pilgrimage mass at the cathedral which is held twice a day at noon and 7 p.m. While there's no one route on the Camino de Santiago. There are some routes that are more popular than others. The most popular route is El Camino Frances or the French way, which is the route that approximately 55% of all pilgrims. Take while there are routes that extend well into France. The most popular starting point is the French town of San Jose. Peed the port in the Pyrenees located close to the Spanish border. This route is about 800 kilometers or five hundred miles long. The popularity of this route is due to tradition and the fact that there are more facilities for eating and sleeping along this route than any other the second. Most popular route is the Camino Portuguese or the Portuguese way which starts at the Lisbon Cathedral the community Del Norte starts in San Sebastian near the French border and follows the coast it's cooler in the summer but has more Hills and fewer accommodations. There's also the Camino English which is by far the shortest route. This is where Pilgrims from England and Ireland get off the boat and galatia to walk over time. The pilgrimage became less popular and fewer people were walking the route by the 20th century pilgrimages had almost ceased completely in nineteen eighty-five. For example, there are fewer than seven hundred pilgrims. However, in the last several decades there has been a massive Resurgence and people Walking the Camino and it has reached levels, which it hadn't since the Middle Ages. The numbers have been so long Increasing ever since with a high of three hundred and twenty-seven thousand pilgrims in 2018. Most people who are hiking the Camino today are not necessarily doing it for religious reasons, even if they are still called pilgrims. Holy Years occur, whenever the feast of Saint James lands on a Sunday in those years are usually many more people who walk the Camino 20-21 will be a whole year and it was expected that the number of people would be around four hundred thousand to five hundred thousand, but the pandemic will probably decrease that number considerably the next whole years after that will be in 2027 and 2030 to the time it takes like the Camino is approximately 30 days..

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"santiago" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"santiago" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"The Camino de Santiago is one of the most significant and popular pilgrimage routes in the world for over a thousand years pilgrims have travelled to the tomb of Saint James in Santiago de Compostela Spain do it for religious reasons and some do it just to have an adventure today hundreds of thousands of pilgrims still make the journey every year learn more about the community of Santiago aka the way of st. James on this episode of everything everywhere daily and off this episode is sponsored by the tourist office of Spain. I've personally Been to Spain many times over the course of my travels and I keep coming back while Spain is obvious one country. I personally come to think of Spain as many different countries. That's because the various regions of Spain are so different and each has their own personality from the volcanoes on the Canary Islands to the page. Is of Mallorca to the paella of Valencia and the architecture of Barcelona to the incredible food in San Sebastian and the Celtic culture of the North and the Museum's of Madrid Spain has something for everyone else. You can start researching your dream trip to Spain today by visiting Spain info where you can get everything you need to know to plan your Spanish experience off and to understand why the Camino de Santiago was so important. We have to start at the beginning or in this case at the end of the pilgrimage that is with the city of Santiago de Compostela Santiago de Compostela is a city in the far Northwest of Spain and it's the capital of the region of Galicia. The city has a moderate-sized population of just under a hundred thousand people. The reason why so many kilograms journey to Santiago de Compostela is because of its Cathedral and the reason why the cathedral is so special is that it is believed to be the resting place of st. James one of Jesus's 12 Apostles It Off. Of only three cathedrals in the world that claimed to be the resting place of one of the Apostles. Yeah, there are st. Peter's Basilica in Rome and the Cathedral of st. Thomas in Chennai India. St. James. The Greater was the brother of the Apostle John. It's believed that after Jesus left the apostles James went to the Roman province of Espana, which is today modern-day Spain and Portugal after preaching in Espana. He returned to Jerusalem where tradition holds was beheaded by the Judean King Herod Agrippa in the year 44 the spot in Jerusalem where James was supposedly executed is today the Armenian Cathedral of st. James supposedly his head Still Remains here. Afterward James his followers took his body back to his spaniah the place where he preached landed a short the town of Pardon and took the body Inland to Compostela for burial. The tomb was lost for several hundred years ago was supposedly discovered in the year 814 by a Shepherd who saw a light in the sky..

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"santiago" Discussed on The Candid Frame

The Candid Frame

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"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

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"santiago" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"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.

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"santiago" Discussed on Go West, Young Podcast

Go West, Young Podcast

10:26 min | 1 year ago

"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.

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"santiago" Discussed on The Ikonns

The Ikonns

09:54 min | 2 years ago

"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..

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"santiago" Discussed on The Ikonns

The Ikonns

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"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..

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