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The Disappearance Of Angel Garcia
"So this is the disappearance of garcia angel was born on march fifth of nineteen ninety-two when he was ten years old his parents laura. Oh and ralph garcia separated a time which saw angel and his mother grow very close the family which also included his sister rose. Ynez lived in hartford connecticut where the children drew up being taught. That family was the most important thing in two thousand and eleven angel was living with his mother and his girlfriend at fourteen months. A myra serano the peered met through facebook in their relationship had grown serious quite quickly before long. A meyer head moved into the family home with thirteen year. Old son whom angel got along with the living situation inspired angel to begin cooking more and he would often make dinner for each night for the rest of the household nineteen year old angel had attention deficit disorder which caused the struggle in school and as such. He wasn't the most punctual student and had fallen behind a couple of years while they tried the medication. In the past he disliked the way it made him feel so he stopped taking it. Despite being behind he was determined to earn his high school diploma in september of two thousand eleven angel. Got a red honda dirt bike. Which is described as having been his pride and joy. He told laura and his father had get that his father had given the money to purchase it and he spent almost every day with it washing it and driving it along trails in the streets of hartford on the evening of october twentieth to south. Two thousand eleven. Laura returned home from work to find angel at dinner waiting for her as it was ten pm and she was tired. She decided to head to bed without eating the next morning. Laura was getting ready for work and saw angel was still in bed. Assuming he'd be getting up soon to head to school. She left the house however angel at other plans at ten thirty. Am angel went to see his friend. Joel with whom he had planned to dirt bike with and the pair went the joel's uncle's house which had a field behind it. The pair road together for a few hours angel on his bike. Enjoy on an atv until the rain outta gas. After the pair pushed back the drills ankles house angels said he was going to continue writing and east hartford. Joel declined to go with him. Citing other plans at one pm joel watched angel ride off alone heading east. At nine thirty pm laura was getting ready for bed when she noticed angel wasn't home however she had work in the morning so she went to bed assuming he would be back at some point right in the middle of the night. Laura awoke to yellow yelling echoing in front of the street below her bedroom. A voice which sounded like angels at said go ahead break it laura laughter room in a panic and ran into a in the hallway who had also been awakened by shouting. The pair ran out the front porch but found. The street was empty when they returned inside. Laura myra angel was but his girlfriend did know saying he hadn't been answering the returning calls. She said she had last spoken to him around eleven. Am the previous morning. When he'd been out with joel despite him promising to call her back in the day he never did in a meyer had assumed he had no service or that. His cell phone had died.
"serano" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders
"From annihilation. Yeah I know this bill and an Independence Day and also by the way will. Smith is in that movie as well. This was sixty six percent. Will Smith so now we have to have you back for just a special extended will Smith addition of this game. Because you would use it as I love seven pounds. I've seen every will smith movie saw seven pounds. Oh my goodness you are. Seven pounds in a movie theater was like my will is in this. I'm in signed me up opening week. Real and then. I'm I'm watching it like. Ooh maybe you know maybe not. Well maybe not this one. The next. We'll get him next time on that note You won this special disaster film edition of WHO said that shapes around. Thank you so much all right. All right thanks man take it easy all right thanks again to Shea Serano and everyone in this episode talked with me about what's going to happen to all the TV and movies. I love in the midst of this pandemic all right now. We're going to hear from y'all talking about things y'all love. It is time for our listeners to share with us the best things that have happened to them all week. Hey Sam this is Serena from San Diego. My thirteen year old son and I made a Swiss roll cake inspired by that junk food delight. The Jojo it turns out really good and was a totally fun bonding experience with my teenager. The Best Porta my week was when I was having a video chat with my son and his twenty month old daughter and she called me pop pop for the first time and really made my day. The best thing that happened to me this week is I got engaged. I guess my boyfriend had the ring for about a month and was trying to figure out the most romantic room in our house to propose in because we don't leave our house anymore. Of course said yes gave him a big hug and then said Oh..
"serano" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"But not my favorite thing, but I think shea Serano friend of the program once did a ranking of each of the seven games all playoff series. And I think he ranked game for last as like the least interesting game open, and I it almost ended our friendship, which is almost a virtual friendship because I, I see him once a year. So it's not real we're friends, but we're not, you know, wouldn't I I almost had to just cut him out. I think game for a two one series. It's like obviously if the team that's behind wins each game then takes on increasingly dramatic qualities but game four it's the whole series, if Milwaukee wins tomorrow, it's over and if Toronto wins tomorrow, then it's a best of three and we're like, as tense as it gets gained four is the thing that determines the entire courses series, if it's to one you're saying, a team could not come back from a three to one deficit is that what I'm saying this? Everyone's like oh, Toronto state their season save their season with a great double overtime game three slug fez rock fight win. They did season say guess what? You gotta come back and save it again tomorrow. Because here's how many times the bucks of less three games in a row this year. You know zero times, you know, many times they lost two games in a row. One time you are not look, it's possible. It's anything's possible. It's possible. I can walk out and get struck by lightning tomorrow night, when there's a lightning storm or something. But I don't I would bet a lot of money, I guess we can do that can go to New Jersey and actually do this. I can put my literal money, where my literal mouth is. I bet a lot of money on Milwaukee winning one of three remaining games with two in Milwaukee. But so this thing game four, I'm going to Toronto tomorrow. I home away from home in the NBA because I want to be there for game four. I guess going to be a great game to go to it gets a great. It's a great should be a great game period. And yes, pivotal moment, but I don't want to downplay the importance of a game for an offense you as shea Serano has. I do think we've seen enough three to one comebacks cluding one fairly memorable one that it doesn't feel as big to me. I don't know if it isn't as pivotal as the game five win. The series is tied at two all, and we know that the vast majority of those series, Goto the team that wins the game five of a two series is my least favorites that the winner of game x is likely to win or the winner of every game is likely to shut our if you know. But it's more it's more so like winning game. One is like, I don't know seventy seven percent, but being up to oh you jump up to, like I don't seventy eight percent or something I have a staff. Or are you ready? I'm ready the winner of game seven has never lost playoff series. Never happened one time. Okay. So toronto. So, okay. So you're, you're I feel like this is not the first time in recent podcasts, you have come on and offended me with some disagreement hitting minutes. You're becoming like like a little Tyrian Lancaster. Character, arc where you're, you're you're like you're going downhill? All right now, we need to get back on the same page. I mean at least I'm still alive. I'm not in jail. I got my little hand of the somebody pinned back from Khouzina of. I'm you know things are looking at Syrian. I'm okay I'm okay is the king LeBron. When he has the hand of the king thing, are we. We assume. That's lebron. Right. Like kyle. Kuzma saying LeBron is my king. I'm the server..
Global counter-terrorism situation remains very worrying, says senior official as UN-EU sign new agreement
"This is Daniel Dickinson the United Nations and the European Union have agreed to work more closely together to fight the scourge of terrorism in a week that has seen more than three hundred fifty people killed by extremist suicide bombers in shrill anchor alone during a high level meeting at the United Nations in New York on Wednesday, senior officials from the UN office of counter terrorism and the European Union's security and defence section signed a framework agreement to promote a new spirit of practical collaboration and have more of an impact in countries in Africa, the Middle East and Asia speaking to you, a news ahead of the signing Vladimir voronkov, the head of the UN counter-terrorism office said that the UN and the EU have been working on common project since last year, including greater engagement with young people to root out violent extr. Premium petro, Serano deputy secretary general for common security and defence policy and crisis response at the European external Action Service represented the e you at the signing Wednesday in New York and spoke to you and uses Jordi true Jarl's is an occasion, I share assessment of the threat assessment. Where are we right now? And and actually we are in a very worrying situation. I think we agree with that with the United Nations could leagues and then to review the different programs that the United Nations is pursuing with the support also many of them of the European Union in order to fight terrorism and to prevent violent extremism, and the conferences that are being prepared in order to mobilize international community to which European Union is also participating now very important today. We will be signing a framework agreement with the United Nations on. Fight against terrorism which would provide stability to the engagement of the European Union with the United Nations in this common endeavour, and this agreement for sees regular meetings and and identification of focal points, which will we will render even easier and more intense the already very important cooperation that is underway. I can you provide one or two specific examples of now with the U N, and the are working more closely together, we're working on a number of programs that the office of the counter-terrorism coordinator has developed in particular program on counterterrorism travel, and which helps and would enhance the capacity of partner countries to prevent detect investigate and prosecute terrorist defenses and their travel by collecting and analysing passenger data. Both advance passenger information and passenger name record data, and it will address target countries that are most affected by foreign terrorist fighters. I would be one example. A very concrete project from which we're working together. We're also working together in a program called strive with strengthening resilience to violent extremism, and and this notably in Asia. And the idea is to help countries to prevent and counter violent extremism and promoting whole of site approach, including governments security actors and civil society and private sector in addressing the challenges of the violent violent radicalization. You in the basketball run all of the approach. What does that mean? Well, fight against terrorism is a very complex phenomenon in which you can not only address the security aspects, you have to an even address them the security aspect. It's an south conflict complex because it's not only typical police work its own. So the certain surveillance of. Of cyber actions and activities and communications it also requires engagement in the fight against radicalization, which reaches to issues such as -education and cultural activities it requires also control of financial transactions. So it really needs whole mobilization of all the instruments of estate, but also of civil society in fighting this scourge of terrorism that is what we mean by by of any other aspect is there any other aspect that you would like to talk about that. They didn't ask you just to mention and reiterate the importance of the copperation with the United Nations. The fight against terrorism is a fight that has to be undertaken by the entire international community, and and no better actor to mobilize international community that the United Nations and therefore the European Union is proud to support you UN efforts and to be one of. The first partners of the United Nations and different.
"serano" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
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"serano" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast
"Millsaps salary balanced. If you wanted to like that would be an easy in easy structure for New Orleans to get you know, to to get out of it, Denver, depending they might even be able to take on a small amount of money. Like, you could I don't know if Jamal I mean, they're very high Marie. I don't know if they'd be willing to part with Murray for a year and a half eighty. Yeah. And then I don't even know who the hell would be in the deal. But I've kind of like, I think. Messiah would call. I just don't know. What the hell the deal would be sure. Oh pro- from Toronto Serano. Yeah. I mean. Yeah. I mean, I guess they've got an obese Siaka m- Jesus that took us Fallon shootings or Bacchus fest. Filler who baby you have the, but those type of teams really to get those type of teams in there. Those dark horse teams. I think you really have to if you wanna get a return. That's actually gonna matter. You gotta do it. Now. I don't think you're gonna get a Nuff. Right. You get to play offs like that. That is why I think team I Toronto or Portland would be would be interested because you get you get those two playoff runs as opposed to just want. All man coli in AD. That'd just be insane. And you know, is Siaka a better asset than anything that Boston with their own the deal if they wouldn't do Jason Tatum. Yeah. Probably probably because the their future picks aren't looking sexy anymore who while all right? Let's it enough of this. We're probably annoying pelican's fans here. What if the Pels wanted just use their own first round pick? To try and get better this year. The challenge there is really trying to get the salary, right? Because you wouldn't want to give up somebody like Nicole Amirah -tic and the start that they would be willing to move him. I think they desperately need him things like that. They're starting Randall instead of them right now. Yeah. And each one more is helping them and Salman hill has another year at seven twenty sorry, twelve point eight million. So we'll so so I think it would be the same as the night conception with or or maybe they could do something with west Johnson as as filler ballast because he's an expiring six million. I assume that's also partially. Why he still on the roster? Yeah. Yeah. He is not a goodly produced much. I'm sure they could throw in check Diablo, that's truly their only. Frank jackson. True. Those guys would be quite expendable. If they wanted to sweeten up a deal a little bit. They as always need something at the three. But that's one where they're not as concerned about that could be another possible base, more destination. But as the as always for them in more doesn't have the size in need. Someone with the size. Wes Matthews could be a little better. But then the salary matching. They would struggle there. Dallas isn't gonna wanna take back hill they wanna use their cap space. Instead, but you agree with me there. They're big need is that the three because they have solid players there. Other than that. The buyout market is probably they don't have any exceptions left. They use it all on Randall for the mid level in the biannual on Peyton. But guys the buyout market. Could at least go there and play. So let's useful something else. That's that's really unfortunate for New Orleans is that a lot of those kind of like you could call them marginal. Like, the the lower end threes just are in good situations. Now like boy on Pejanovic like maybe if he were on a bad team kind of like he or if you if he were expendable like when Brooklyn traded him a few years ago that sort of a circumstance, but he's on the Pacers. I don't think the Pacers are going to move him. Maybe they've see it a little bit differently right now. It's kind of a similar story with guys like James NS. What would you think? He's I mean, obviously doesn't solve their defensive problems. But just Terrence Ross is another guy who can space. The four and he's more of a two three. I'm not willing to give up a third round pick to get him. Even if you could get off of I mean, they could always stretch hill as well..
"serano" Discussed on The NBA Show
"I think LeBron's playing the fewest minutes he's ever played in his career. But you know, they were trending up before the injury. So you know, you have to keep in mind that he's played fifty six thousand career minutes. Any extra rests? They can give them is is huge. And we've been talking for a while Numba brand Ingram. This is kind of his chances show what he can do without the there. I'm praying to see what that looks like it's kinda shocking that thirty four point six minutes per game as LeBron's career low. He's a machine man believable next up. We have the San Antonio Spurs. I was thinking a lot about this on. And you know, at one point I was thinking, you know, I love to see the modernize and shoot more threes. And I feel like that's a thing to say when their offense is ranked fifth right now in the NBA, and they're just as good as they've been lately fill that way. But it's not their resolution. What I wanna see is a one on one sit down interview on camera between Gregg Popovich and shea Serano. I like for us at the ringer and for the Spurs, and the reason why I want to see this is because a I think it would be a joy for shea. I think it would be really cool to just for shea to have this experience. But also, I think the content that would come from. It would be pretty interesting. You have these two drastically different types of personalities, and yet there's commonalities hair both very involved in charity in giving to people off, which is quite client about it shape. Does it on Twitter, and he rallies people to give an all that? I think they would find common ground there. Then also just think talk about the history the Spurs with Popovich near tyre -ment and shea being a Spurs superfan. I think there'd be a lot of interesting and inspiring things to come from that conversation. And I would love to see it happen to be honest. When you said that the first thing that came to mind was the Chris Farley show on. Saturday Night Live where Chris Farley like she'll interview with celebrity. He'd just be like. Oh, yeah. That's awesome. That was awesome. That's great. That's that's I feel like that's chase. As it's gonna be like eighty remember? Sean Elliott's shot on Memorial Day. I was awesome. There's a lot of people to the podcast. All right L. But I highly recommend after you listen to the show. All right now, though, pause the podcast. But after you listen to the show, go to YouTube or search than Google check that out very funny. But right now, we have the Charlotte Hornets who are in the playoff bubble in the east lets resolution for them Jonathan this is kind of selfish. May I ask them play miles bridges more. He's one of my favorite fair rookies in this class. I love guys for really athletes who are really smart who can shoot threes and Duncan people. And like I like watching him play. They're kind of a bowling team without besides Kemba Walker and I'll probably watch more games as mountains plates. Sounds like a dating profile looking for someone athletes and smart shot. My wife. Good genes charge. I'm just saying this isn't draft class anymore is throwing out grades. You'll have to shout out miles Burge's old time, you know, who else? We've got a shot. That's fair McKenna's grape. But the other players really entertaining. What did you guys think about that defense? The Brooklyn nets against Kemba box in one is pretty -ffective. Surprisingly, they gotta play miles britches. More many hit threes. Yeah. I mean, if there's only one player you need to really concern yourself with sure do anything next up. We have the Utah Jazz who have the number to defense since thanksgiving. They seem to have fixed things on that end of the floor was the resolution Danny I think just keep experimenting with Ruto bear on defense. I think the jazz have been kind of letting them guard out in space a lot more lately..
"serano" Discussed on The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy
"So those stories, and those leads are always out there and finding those is a challenge for me, you know, during the season, I sit here, and I watch eight hours of basketball every single night. And that's fun. Don't get me wrong. Every morning like Christmas morning when that's your job. But the opportunity to actually break news. I don't know if I have in the past. But the just the dog chasing cars. I don't know what I would do if I actually caught one. No. I mean, I think with the LeBron's dove. You said that was definitely big and people were were crediting you in there were like, wow. You know, here's his flight, your, he's landing Ma blah, blah. You know, I it was a big deal. What does that how crazy? That that you have the following now and the ability to say, hey, you know, feet on the ground. We we need is at you know, this airport, and, you know, people will get up and actually do that they'll actually get in their cars and go, you know, do something because they want to be part of the joke or they won't be part of the coverage. How how crazy that I feel like people like you and like shave Serano the writer from the ringer. And he has a number of great books. You guys are so good at getting your audience to engage with you and feel like they're part of a group. And then whenever you guys say, hey, we need to do something. If feels like they all just kinda rise up. Do it. What is that? You know? When did you start noticing that was the case? And how crazy is that to think that there's people across the world right now that will do something just because they're at your Beck and call it's kinda strange, right? Yeah. There wasn't a moment in time where I noticed it. I'm like, oh my God. This is the thing. And I think that's that's the answer. Right. There is this has organically developed over time running the late night periscopes. It was really the foundation of it think periscope became an app and like twenty fourteen or so and the first one I ever did. And nothing to do with basketball just at home after the bar drunk gives three AM, and I was trying to figure out a microwave or oven. Baked my pizza rolls and it turned into a big debate. And I kept seeing the same people..
"serano" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"And all of this. Because why? Because I'm thinking public reading class that none of this had to happen though, and this is highly, in my opinion, very selfish of you. Knowing that you're pilot is, did the co pilot is disturbed by this. You continue to read out of this book. I didn't do it coming back. You didn't do it coming back. It didn't matter by that point, the guy has got a nervous ticket his face. How do you know that? That's not something that's physical because the guy told you that it was going to buy, what are you talking about that that nervous tick in the face. Oh, do you think he Kobe? What did he tell you about that? He said he had. He said it was obviously a nervous condition. It was probably brought on by my reading this poetry. I couldn't figure it out those. What does that in the background? I'm over the hanger. I'm at the airport. Can you move away from whatever those guys are doing guys working late? So what am I supposed to tell them. The guy this pilot Serano says, please don't read that poetry. I said, let me read another way up by the time we started coming back. He's got this twitch in the right side of his face when I stays close and he's twitching and open look like a very bad physical eight. And he said, no, he had a nervous condition partially brought on by me, reading his poetry out loud what Alan Ginsberg poem. I was reading out loud. I've seen the mess. The best binds that by generation. You know, I've seen the best buy my generation, come unglued, something like that, vast quantities, blah, blah, blah. And he says, you're not do that. I said, I'm sorry, Thom, I gotta. I gotta do this speaking, even what's bothering. He kept doing it. Yeah, I see. This is this is why I, in my opinion yet a problem. And you're the what you did is that going to wash you? Can you can say, all you want that you needed to practice your public speaking. But if it's bothering the co-pilot of bothering this guy, he's flying an airplane. Yeah, he's flight an airplane okays fly in my airplane, then you should be doubly concerned. Got a crash, your plane. He wasn't gonna crash. He's got a turns comes back. He's got this facial tic. Well, what did he say to you? He said, look what you did to me and he's pointing at his face. I said, let me pay some throttle. You need to go to a doctor because I think it's a pinched nerve. He said no, is because of you reading that poetry and you're reading the best the hell. What was it? Ballad gives birth hell, right? Yeah. How did you know? I recognize the first line I've seen the best lie, but what do you think? I feel I wanna do public speaking. You can do all the public speaking. You want. You don't do it at the expense of someone who is having a problem flying the aircraft to begin with your airplane. It's bothering to the point. We've got a facial twitch. Well, I've got a case something. There's something that's very suspicious about it. And what if he's listening right now decide, you know what I think I'll do is I'll bring a lawsuit..
"serano" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"That from the yes network can after some disappointing recent outings Luis Severino look like his old, self again dominating Serano pitching the first five innings of. Shutout ball he earned his. Sixteenth victory sevi- secret was getting ahead of the. Hitters one, you know I think I need to work, on the, you, know More Four or five guys I took it better than that the medicine that the, two-game, skid, thanks, today race Jacob, degrom a complete game three. One victory in Philadelphia he was asked if he thinks he's got a chance to win, the Cy Young award want them out there You know the goal is to, get those guys out On Fortunately I was able to do that You know like I said the. Guys made some good plays behind me some, double plays McNeil made a. Nice, play so we gotta thank them From on scoreboard the as the Astros seven ones, who Oakland in Houston and now an even Steven tie atop the AL. West Red Sox got another JD Martinez Homer as they beat the. Race five to the, free agent signee has thirty eight on the season. Orioles Tigers royals also winning in the American. League game still in progress second, inning in Texas the angels and Rangers tied at one top seven it's all even between the Diamondbacks and Padres they're tied, at six in Seattle the Mariners lead. The dodgers four, to one other finals on this Saturday took, ten for the. Rockies to beat the Braves five to three reds down the giants the cardinals. Seven the, brewers to pirates, got by the cubs three to one the. Football story is next WFAN sports time coming, up on a Lebanon three.
"serano" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Three PM the, family, of the victims believed the argument involved a very minor. Dispute a friend of the victims tells Fox News the community needs to take action, to, stop the violence. That has hit the city this month these were. Positive good decent African American young men that senselessly lost their life So the community has to speak up. The two deaths bring to fourteen. The number burgers, recorded, in Milwaukee, so far, this month, there are no suspects in the case a Milwaukee county transit. System bus driver being credited with saving a lost two year old, girl that she saw. On the street in early August Diana Serano says she was just starting her ship which you saw the little girl, walking and traffic a nearby man, pulled, her to safety. That's when Serano took over and he didn't know her, so it said he couldn't stay and I said well you know give me. You know, and I'm gonna take her and I'll make sure she's okay Serano kept the girl at her. Bus and. Notified her dispatch office, which then called police the child's mother told officers the little girl got out of the house while the family. Was sleeping students in Milwaukee public schools being asked. To sign attendance pledges. This year it's part of what's being called. The every day counts attendance campaign and freshman at Bradley tech with the first to sign that. Pledge interim superintendent, Dr, Keith -posedly calls it a proactive measure to keep kids In school we have to. Make sure children in, school each and every. Day on time, on tasks and on a mission for learning by signing the pledge students vowed to make attending school every day a priority President Trump says he. Is strongly endorsing the candidacies of Lia boop mirror, and Brian style the winners of Tuesday's GOP Senate. And first congressional district primaries Luke mayor. We'll fake Senator Tammy Baldwin in the fall while style. Will face democrat Randy Bryce meanwhile. Both governor Walker, and, state school, superintendent Tony, hit the, campaign trail Wednesday as they prepare to face off in November. Jackie O'Brien heating and cooling sports go board the brewers fall to, the cubs eight to. Four and the Packers will host the Steelers tonight business us this hour brought to you by SPA delivering measurable results, the US and China preparing for, new, round of trade. Talks officials in Beijing say a Chinese delegation will travel, to the.
"serano" Discussed on Queer as Fact
"And as I mentioned reclamation, current reclamation can be full partial or non existent and even within the community as I'm sure those of you who are part of the L to BT community know that there can be a lot of inter community disagreement on who and how and in what context people can use certain words, it it can be a problem discourse the capital D. Yes. Yes. I was just sitting in my home yesterday. And I was listening to music, and my mom was like, oh Alice. Can you take on your headphones for a second? I have one quick question. Now's again problems. Got my headphones. She was like, yes. Tell me the history of the word quia like. Ooh. Do you have twelve hours? Like to send a simple question. Just a quick one. But that's a whole. Yes. Yes. It is. So yeah. So like why why use slang or other forms of distinctive language patterns right while use it at all. Why do we need separate languages for for kind of separate subcultures? It has to do with the creation of shared identity and sense of community language can function as a boundary marker and a reinforcer of you know, your community or identity status. Unfortunately, you know, this can be used to keep certain people out as well as keep some people in people using exclusion of trans or bisexual or pan sexual folks from the lesbian and gay communities as in the recent move to try to claim bisexuality inherently, quote, unquote, excludes trans and non binary folk which is not true and Julia Serano.
"serano" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Me it sounds like sort of jet powered Todd it's a box big. Enough for a passenger with a hollow crystal on top onto which, the sun's rays focused with mirrors the hot air inside the crystal, rises out through a pipe in the top and air Russia's. In from beneath to compensate this sucking innovator the inventor claims pushes the machine upwards here's how he describes the, liftoff I suddenly feel my stomach quivering like that of a man being lifted up by block and tackle. I. Was going to open my hatch in order to learn the, cause of this feeling but as I was stretching out my hand I notice with a hole, in the floor of my box that might tower was already far away beneath me and my little castle in the air. Thrusting upward someday, my feet gave me a moment to review of. To lose plunging downwards into the earth okay it's not quite. Clear how this vacuum driven propulsion would work, but what was, anyone even doing speculating about space travel in the middle of the seventeenth century and who was this person imagining a craft in which to explore new worlds out there you might have heard of him but if so then probably not in the context of space travel he was a. Frenchman known as Serano Berge Iraq I can guess what you're thinking a big nose worn by Gerard Depardieu maybe all by Steve Martin in. The. Nineteen eighty-seven movie Roxanne modern update of the story of Serano, well forget all of that Serano was a real person that big news story comes from a? French play from the end of the nineteenth century which created a fictional character that took little more than just the name. Of its hero, from the person who really did live in seventeenth. Century France the real Serrano was far.
Meghan Markle Apparently Can't Eat This Food Because The Queen Hates It
"Smoothly we're going to be riding in the car from the start of the prayed to the end and then he will seeing at the vip tent and then the parade will start its way down it takes how long does it take to go from start to finish allen about twenty minutes okay so a little over a mile the route it starts at oakton community college comes down lincoln to oakton throw through downtown skokie and then down oakton to oakton park where the reviewing stand is and the dignitaries and then it ends right after oakton park what time does it start twelve noon perfect and we hope to oh will be over by two o'clock and how long about how far what's the distance together on that route is it about a mile and it's it's just a little over a mile but just a little over mile okay i'm asking because elliott serano who is messaging with 'cause the patti vasquez show with under dollars the patti vasquez show has shown up for the last three years and we've brought the entire crew out of seltzer has been there and i know that we've had charles teric who also wore similar sued roger that's right yeah yeah roger and he were sort of both decked out and he spectacularly patriotic sued very and he made you roger made you dance last year yes yes i believe was i wearing the the captain america yes you worse yes yeah we we dress up andrea we don't play around when you guys go i'm dressing up a great time yeah it's a blast certainly be there and watch you guys i don't want to invade your parade since your family you're part of w yes you're on the show by the way on the crown she doesn't she doesn't wave like that have you seen she does this oh right there's a reason for that there's some weird there's there's a reason why she does it that way it looks at a breeze or something like it's like a cuts the right looks like it looks like she's saying come here and go away at the same time no i don't go away i'm not sure i just read today speaking of the queen and now i'm going off topic is that she that you're not allowed to eat garlic in her like no one in the family is allowed to eat garlic because she hates the smell of it i had never heard that before the the the palace chef let the secret out that now meghan markle did not know that now has to like even when she's out with other p like the family you're not allowed to have garlic noah talion food no well know everything man garlic is the spice of life i don't know whatever garlic when the royal wedding was happening prince harry's wedding there was a list of things that you that you can and can't do around the queen and everybody in the palace has to constantly about you know how i mean maybe they're serving a cup of tea or something and they have to either bauer curtsy and if she says oh i wanted cream with my tea and they leave the room just for a fraction of a second they come right back they have to curtsey so every time someone sees the queen you have to curtsey why we'll see this is why it's important that we we had our independence day and get to celebrate july otherwise we'd be worried about eating garlic and curtsy you know who's in the parade again this year who's in the period again besides the wgn fan fan people that you're wearing that hat it's the fiftieth anniversary we're celebrating special olympics chicago so the athletes yeah from illinois and and the kids have a blast oh my gosh i imc see the special olympics golf outing year before two years ago and these kids were they were awesome there of course there olympia they're awesome athletes they get up they drive the ball two hundred yards and said okay your turn oh you crushed me that's great well that's wonderful thing too is that.
"serano" Discussed on Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates
"This is the perfect audience a bunch of millennials this is all going to be in your hands what happens to the world you have a major opportunity right now all of a sudden this amazing thing happened sa toshi nakamoto came up with a new kind of currency and now let me take you through a history of currencies we used to use shells and we'd carry around shells but then they got too bulky and then we moved to gold and then gold got to bulking we kinda ran out of it and then it was the promise of gold and then it was like the full faith and credit of the us government it's just paper there was a huge debate much like this about should we go off the gold standard and people said no it's just paper we can't do that we have to be on the gold standard because gold is really what this country is built on and then it got further abstracted currency what did current he become and all the sudden there's this currency it's awesome we have like a federal reserve note you're relying on a third party to hold your currency right you rely on a bank look at the biggest buildings in the world they're all banks that's your money that's gone into their buildings so now you've got this new currency and your trusted third party is a hundred thousand computers that are all focused on making sure that every single transaction is done perfectly in its virtual and it's something that transcends geographic borders so you don't have to be reliant on your country i had this great guy sebastian serano and he said i lived in argentino my life my family fortune disappeared three times to currency manipulation and i'm only thirty years old you know as.
"serano" Discussed on The Full 48
"The release of the book in that be nabl to to get back to sleep when did that stop like win was the first day you woke up and just thought man this is this is awesome the book is kicking ass it's i claiming don't even the know charts how to describe everybody him but he's like my is my is receiving cheerleader it really out well there and people he was seem on to really me to like be more it when active did you have that moment where tweeting you could just like this time x around hail in guys like at probably a think promotional when machine a the couple day days it shays went on after amazing sale it i shea went been was on credible like okay so i is need when incurred a i hundred was able like tweets he okay from you this today is and doing he's worked way better hard to win at than shea it i remember i for ever the first like could a book hope for for boys was mung able men and to just step i you back remembered know shades in in serano like stop shave it was was like telling my me stop like step nudging by step metoo what go to do to i kinda was like get if shape audiences things is engagement okay then and i it's was like probably i okay am just going to look stupid if i try any of this show you you make it sound so natural but this is a gift for you.
"serano" Discussed on Binge Mode: Game of Thrones
"The adapter version goes in the shell was and asian movie starring asians that in the american remake they took the asian person and put them in a white body that was like literally the that was like the actual of la quite lasserre vendor was a white kid pretending evasion annihilation which is coming out this weekend has a character that is described as being of asian descent another one that subscribed as being of native american descent and in the movie those are both played by white actresses now director alex garland has said that the characters quote in the novel i read an adapted were not given names or ethnicity says is true they they weren't described until the second novel of a trilogy which let's be fair to him and take that excuse at face value the bottom line is they're still to white actresses playing characters of color in the movie the saw mission of this is is is hard to see yourself in movies if you're not white so it's a wonderful feeling for millions of people to see someone who looks like them in a cast that looks like people they know right when we do our first edition of binge were weekly we talk about cocao and coming of age in the pixar universe and one of the things that we discuss on that podcast and shea serano wrote about this in a piece on the ring are that you guys should go back and read was how much it was going to mean for latino children to finally see a latino character at the center of one of these movies that's incredible yeah wonderwoman finally having a successful major studio superhero movie with a female character kicking asan owning it as the lead that meant a lot to a lot of women likewise reggae being the star certainly one of the most central figures in the current star wars trilogy this is a huge deal too little girls all over the world you know neither of us.
"serano" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Benefits defiantly packages are expanding holding new the jobs hair are being created of a john's the head obama of a beheaded said white were never woman come in backer coming back now we have a call from cancer a an art expert who said that this kinda work was on his way kansas city that they've seen it i am by no means equipped to world analyze ussl i can tell you is that just like that andrei serano pissed christ piece of art this has heralded is great okay yeah i'm not be profane is actually a work of art that goes back to the is by a photographer what what yeah photography amdro sukkur andrei serano and he submerged a crucifix in a jar of urine and call it pissed christ and it was on display in new york museums and it was heralded as one of the greatest interpreting pieces of art ever and it was just junk it was and but we were told we didn't have the sophistication to understand what the artistes pronk say and i guess the same thing here i don't have sophistication understand what is the social message that is in they are by guys see the artis anger analyst well yeah i guess there'd be some anger if you're beheading people in in growing pictures of a anyway that's that's the artiste who painted the obama portrait how we take a brief timeout and we will be back don't go anywhere you find concentrated undying looted liberalism you find this rush.
"serano" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"A corner and we want them to move around the corner because the maybe they're dealing drugs named or scaring some pupil and instead of just getting out of the car and talking to them like people wolf will start yelling of is out there are more will start will tackle them will knock him off a bicycle and so the the these incidents start off already hot you know what i'm saying so it it it doesn't take much to move them past of the boiling point you have a chapter called pedro in which you tell the serb pedro serano who broke came a cop yeah yeah he he's a oh he was a whistle blower among among a number of uh currently serving nypd blowers who were instrumental in getting the stop and frisk policy here in new york uh defeated in court one of things that they did is the the circus lee recorded their commanding officer tom and pedro his tape was was a key piece of evidence because his his commander told him that he wanted him to stop more people and he said i have no problem telling you the people i want you to stop our male blacks from fourteen to twenty one i want you to stop the right people he said can't that kind of thing get you in trouble they frank cerpa co well was shot in the head yeah no of course it's none of its not you know he wouldn't opened up to me too much about the but his life was a whistleblower but i'm sure it can't be a whole lot of fun being one um but there were a lot of people in that case there he wasn't the only person who was speaking out so that probably held a listener wants to know the if it's true that the sat nile police force has become the repository for police officers who have had complaints made against them so that's a legend that i heard a lot it's a story that in that neighborhood where our garner died m there are a lot of stories that circulated about the the one hundred 20th precinct which they they call the 10 a down there there's even in pop culture or a kind of a.
"serano" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Two denver as rankovic crisp rated with you here on a football nine this sprays gay ray for falcon and far northeast so opened the 2017 season 2016 started off extremely well for terry porayers teams as they got out to a good start including a win again is far northeast warriors team but they once they got into their very difficult conference that features some of the best teams in class three eighty started to struggle a little bit but you look throughout the roster chris and when you can have a returning quarterback so that's always veteran they have won serano yeah no when you get that guy come evac this called signals all last year he knows the team he knows the offense and for a head coach that's what she liked to see yeah absolutely so and last thing that worried riot we we've been we've been previewing pretty much every team in the area over the last few weeks on drive sports and and they're not many teams in the area that have the luxury that the falcons do in having a guy who uh who played all last year under center serano last year had three hundred sixty eight yards of co in five touchdowns of course this is a of primarily a running offense but still when you have a quarterback who in turn the ball over at all and provided a little bit a spark in the passing game i that's always a bonus for anything yeah and you know usually these first games early on in the season you're not going to pass as much as they're going to run so it'll be see how this off it's kind kinda develops as the game goes on first alkhan why i mention at the top you had a course of bush who uh graduated he was a leading rusher last year and when you look at the returning rushers actually serano is the leading rusher out of the group that's returning obviously they're gonna be running backs that will potentially be able to step up and i fill that role and they got a really good one in junior drake toon i rushed for one hundred fifty two yards last year seven point six yards a.