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Red Sox beat Nats 4-2, pick up game on Yanks in WC chase
"Hunter Renfroe and Bobby Dalbec hit back to back home runs in a four run sixth that push the red Sox past the Washington nationals forty two Renfro's three run blast open the scoring Eduardo Rodriguez went five plus scoreless innings allowing five hits as Boston won for just the second time in seven games console robust walked Juan Soto and Josh bell with two out in the ninth before nailing down his thirteen save LCDs Escobar and Jordy Mercer homered for Washington the wind pulls a red Sox within one game of the Yankees for the first AL wild card I'm Dave very
Schumer: U.S. Senate to Stage Voting Rights Reform Bill Vote
"While republican led states like texas are busy erecting. All the voting impediments they can think of senate majority leader. Chuck schumer is promising action to protect voting rights on the federal level. The republican led war on. Democracy has only worsened. In the last few weeks most notably the governor of texas recently signed into law vile new voter suppression bill that ranks one of the most draconian undemocratic in living memory. This is unacceptable so the senate must act. I intend to hold a vote in the senate as early as next week on voting rights legislation time time is of the essence. Still with us. Professor victoria di francesco. Soto and matthew dowd a professor. I want to circle back to voting rights and a hot minute but first considering texas leading the nation in voting restrictions and choice restrictions tell our audience. What's going to happen. When redistricting comes up. I believe we have about a week until that starts right so we from today. The second sean legislative session starts which is dedicated to redrawing the lines end. What we see in texas is a hard right. Turn something okay. It is gone too far to the right. it will snap back but what we're looking at with. The upcoming redistricting. Under a republican led legislature is a lot of the things that we've seen over the last year over the past couple of years are going to be institutionalized because republicans are squarely in the driver's seat. Outdrawing those maps and brian. This is the first time in recent history that we're going to be having matt strong without the protection of sexy five from the voting rights act that was repealed that was struck down by by the supreme court in two thousand
Soto's Go-Ahead Homer Sends Nationals Past Braves, 4-2
"Washington nationals right appear upon runs and solid relief pitching to afforded to victory over the Atlanta Braves Josh bell and one Soto had solo shots within apps meanwhile Washington starting pitcher Sean Nolan was ejected in the first inning for hitting Braves first baseman Freddie Freeman Nolan tried hitting Freeman twice the second time successfully after which he was tossed that led to a parade of six nationals relief pitchers Eddie Rosario had a solo shot for the Braves Gary McPhillips Atlanta
Tigers Quiet Reds' Bats, Take Series With 4-1 Win
"Jameer Candelario delivered a two run triple in the sixth inning breaking a scoreless tie in sending the Tigers past the Reds forty one Candelaria came home on a sacrifice fly as Detroit took the rubber match of the three game set five Tigers hurlers combined to limit Cincinnati to six hits Gregory Soto uncorked a wild pitch that scored a run in the eighth inning before fanning Nick Casciano said Joey Votto two of the three runs allowed by Louise Casteel in six innings were unearned the Reds have dropped six of their last eight I'm Dave Ferrie
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"How about. If i stay at and then i don't tell it like that's like the category of what this is or something like that. I've been in jail in three countries. Poboy okay we will leave it at that but that is certainly a very very fascinating answer. Maybe once were off the air. I'll get some more teeth but y great question. Unbelievable unpredictable answer there. Thank you very much shells. final person. Who sent in some questions. We've got a couple of them for you. The bully wrapping in up. Obviously you have such a presence in an influence. You've done so much and obviously so many people say lupane has been might influence to get involved in poker advocacy lemon provoker. Who is your biggest influence. As far as women in poker it will to be linda. Johnson and john fisher They have been incredibly supportive from minutes that we met and i met them at ocean's eleven at the late california's state lays poker championship way back when they were invited guests. We just hit it off. And every time i picked up the phone to either ask. They've mentored me through this whole thing. They've they've helped me navigate through the poker industry and whenever i would hit a roadblock they were willing to pick up stone and help us eliminate that robot so i would have to say that they they don't. I don't think the poker world realizes that they're not just advocates for women in poker. They are poker mega giants. What if it wasn't for people like lyndon johnson and mike sexton online poker would never have hit here. If you know people don't get it so for me to not only have them as dear friends and family to me I don't think we would even see the progress that we have so far in all kinds of different aspects of boettger and what the offerings are in parole amazing. And then again i gotta get that shadow episode thirty nine cents. Linda and hopefully. I know she's just had a little bit of a procedure. It totally jan will join us on a future episode as well great. Great picks and wonderful people Honored to be their friend as well. Final question from shells lupane. What do you consider. We saved the best for last. What do you consider to be the best piece of advice to give. We'll give you time chip on this deployed. That's that's a tough one. But i think when you know better do better..
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"soto" Discussed on Cards Chat
"It has used to be very very active. That are low program there and since kobe hit i there nethon nethon in the military are taking care of their own. And that's a beautiful thing in. I'd rather have no service needs of course right right because that means that things are getting figure that would our focus is yeah. Our focus has changed a lot since kovin because when everything got shut down we went to go do our distribution which we were doing on monday nights at a dirt lot. It's where a lot of homeless are when we got there and they hadn't eaten in three days and we're like well what's going up. Well there's no nothing's open so. I couldn't panhandle on coroners everybody's locked in their houses there yet. You had to only go to drive app if you wanted to go get some hot food. They didn't let you into the restaurants was just they had nothing. So are are the last Since march a year ago we have been serving the homeless food so we set up every monday night we serve in two different locations about two hundred fifty people Full on hot meals and we have volunteers galore cooking like on mondays and then another set of volunteers that actually go set up do the surveying and then back it. All up in the next location they serve again. You know so It's it's it's a lot of work but asia labor above and you know here in las vegas. If you've ever been in las vegas. There is a city of las vegas. And then there's desert for miles and miles. The next real town is like an hour and a half away. So if you're homeless you're stuck here. You can't go anywhere you know and were very toxic environment. As far as heat extreme eat and extreme poll you know so They they have a lot of needs and and during this last bat heatwave. We've lost lots of homeless people. It was like daily. Several people found. That didn't make it. So you know a goal is to serve those that that we are tasked help. Obviously you do such an incredible job at as you make all completely voluntary work which also means the overhead is basically kept to an absolute minimum of whatever it. Is you know basically every dollar that stench. The waiter caves. Yeah the gas you and you go drive. You're paying your gas everydollar set to poker. Gary goes to help those in the How can you. How can people help if they want to support this sort of incredible work that you do what. What's in all the details. The addresses how to contact us. Well there's a couple of ways you can go to poker gives dot org and donate button on there and you can choose if you wanted to a one time donation recurring donation or even if you.
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"Was like like special olympics and stuff like that and of course poker players are some of the most generous people on the planet and people as far as philanthropy goes. We have a ton of poker players who were more than willing to either land their funds from their winnings. Were just their names. You know if they've had success to be able to continue support charitable work so Ban meighan linen please. They all kinda wanted to retire. They got to that point. You know and it's like you know we really we real and i'm we had already had our charity The vegas connected charity. We were already doing a lot of were that kind of Being here in in las vegas and so they came to me and they had helped him originally get. The poker gives started And so they said you know we really would like to have you take it over do it. And we agreed that that would be phenomenal Just as a perfect bland for what we do already of the charitable work and then being in the poker industry so And that is my background. My background is actually in. I'm a therapist. And i was a social services administrator service administrator for years before i quit all that become a fokker degenerate but so anyway linda and Janet basis of. Hey we take sure but we had to change it because of that model didn't fit it because we were actually a direct services charity. We actually provided services. So what we did is we took poker gives moniker and just said you know what we're gonna continue the fundraising through the poper world You know through people when they have if they have a success we ask them for a percentage you know a half a percent or whatever to be dedicated to the work and charity tournaments And we do. We continue work but our work is direct services. And the other thing..
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"Is we believe that there is a tremendous amount of men who support women in the game even if they have only one or two or maybe they have a sister or a mother or you know a friend that plays the game. They support them. They wanted to encourage them over the years. And this this starts back from the beginnings of lips. I would have an event and the men would coach me and say wow. This is really great. You know what my i real. I brought my my girlfriend. I brought my sister whenever to plan your event. Because i really want her to see why i enjoy the sport and they would ask me. What can i do to support. The women who play and i was struggling with that. I didn't know. I could not come up with a concept that would really identify a man who supports women in poker fast forward to current times the women's broker association and This is where. I really believe that it takes a tribe but takes a nation that takes all that kind of thing. One person might have a concept or an idea yes. I knew that the women's protest Association needed to be a viable entity in order for women to grow in the game but it was because of all the women who believed the same thing that came together that we're able to develop these wonderful programs and the one program that we came up with is called Well first of all preface women's poker association has a color it purple. And it's all you know our our w in the wpa is purple and our gears purple. And it's just an identifiable caller right. It's also means royalty the color royalty so we're about to that so we wanted to use that portion in our concept for the men who support women so the other thing. Is that when you think about men. In if there's a symbol that identifies a man. There's not a whole lot of them but one of them is that men were neckties. And if you see a necktie you think of a man so we came up with the concept of the purple tie die and basically it's just another snapshot way that somebody just like if you are a yankees fan and you go to the table and you're wearing a yankees hat. I know what you support. I like the yankees. We have come up with the purple tie guy. It's a a little patch that a guy can wear. He can sign up to be a purple tie guy. We can have events for the guys who support our purple tie guide campaign and a woman or even for other men if a guy's wearing a purple tie guy pin or patch or something like that we eat me. Atlano that guy right. There supports women in poker. And usually i believe that what people know better. They do better and when they represent either the raise it up program or purple tie. They know that they need to behave a little bit better because they are have committed to support these two things so if we can blanket the whole industry and if the end if entities will start adopting these things you know. It's it's a very tiny effort for a very big message. So if you're where the patch it everybody has their favorite poker hat. Or their third poker backpacker their booker jacket. They slap on all the things that you know they visit with Just ours pats and commit to that and the a purple tie your guy in the industry and and show women that you support them you want them to be there will of you know you're talking to one. He's very first triple tag is very proud to be one. Okay moving into the wonderful charity..
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"What years that count. How many players that is. that's huge. That's translated if we're four percent of you know ten thousand players players. I can tell you one thing. I'm very proud here on the cards. Check podcast. I don't know exactly off the top of my head but this is episode number fifty. I'm pretty certain. Were close to twenty percent of pretty sure that we've had ten women out of the out of the fifty guests so that benedict vibe present. Where we're doing what we can naturally great you know and i think that there needs to be. Do you know this last. The venetian was exciting for us. The we call it. The five hundred dollar bet is like our cadillac chip per abaya. So you it could have a lot of prestige. It's it's really. The women who buy into that event are women. Were serious about the game and they've been playing while And for the people who are just That might even be their first real big buy in for a tournament. You know so it. We really encouraged that level because it just it just prepares them for another level. You know buying into a thousand dollar bet in During the world series for maybe a fifteen hundred you know and all those kinds of things so it's like a step ladder and We find that even though there are so many often you know. There are six hundred dollars in sales every day of the week during the summer here in las vegas that even the women who do not play the lower by ends at all they will support.
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"Even the men no the lips tour great thing and it has met many goals the conversation to get started for a never ending presence in the industry as a whole so that we are constantly reminding the industry that it is important that they continue to support the women who wanna play the game. So that part in my opinion is successful We don't have near as many events a year that we used to. We used to have twenty four events a year. Twenty seven events thirty events all country. I was never home and and it was like okay so we had to kind of like change. I knew that the the tour itself. Although it's it's fun. And i love it and i enjoyed the travel and all that kind of stuff i really wanted to make it more solidified and not be about a proprietary business. It needed to be a conversation about women who play globally. And that's where the women's poker association had to be developed and established so that was Really five years in the development before it ever hit the the streets of of the world and so now the focus and my energies are really about. I guess almost passing the baton to the younger generation. 'cause you know seventeen years later plus in a more and more years. I've been in the industry for over twenty years now and it's time there's a whole new generation of players that are out there and so the women's poker association needed to be a nonprofit it needed to be for all women who play And that's that's it's driven by the women who play and everybody's volunteer yovany gets big. You know So now we have an entity with the women's poker association that can act as a voice and advocacy and empowerment of all the women who play it also provides support to operators to teach them. You know that this segment of of players is critically important to the growth of poker because we're the untapped market way There are some barriers that exist in our industry and we focused on those and we wanted to eliminate those as much as possible and so That's kind of the mission of women's poker associations to bring more players mainly women to the game and to sustain it. Yup it's funny actually predictable. Medics question is all do here. Because say how did you already said the hell. I'll just officially and according to the w. w. p. website The organization promotes develops and professionalize the advancement of women ogre a heightening the exposure of current women players while encouraging and developing new ones. And let me say these from what i see kind of you know monitor at my pulse on the scene guys certainly do it. Well less of more power to you industrially very proud supporter how i am of that organization. Wpa i want to one last thing about lips before onto the next thing. you did. Have your ladies poker week Recently in june There was a series of tournaments at several of vegas properties one events was at the venetian of five hundred dollars by an event. That was won by ashley. Sleep shutouts fiance of jesse. Sylvia was our guest on episode number. Forty seven right trying to get a lot of folks on this show you a little bit about that week and you know the planning events and obviously live poker came back in. This is one of the first kind of big series that was happening. And you have again all over the city. So what was that like how to go well..
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"So the world poker tour summit had just happened for all of those people that that signed up to be. You know founding locations for the world poker tour. Answer the famous leaving yes right. And the the bicycle casino Was part of that and The gal from the marketing department of the of the The bicycle casino had just recent like within that week had just come off that summit and she says. I really like what you're doing. I'm gonna call these people and see and just she goes. I'm just not going to. I'm going to say that. I'm just gonna tell them your name. This is your name is what you're doing and i feel like they need to listen and so from that hall gave me an open door to start calling other places and people were willing to give it a try and that was you know was a seventeen years later. We're still doing phenomenal. you know. It's funny because we do take in a way. We take this stuff for granted guests. This tournament's going to have a ladies event there's lips and there's a lot of this stuff and you know sure it's a relatively compared to the percentage of men and still very few but the fact that that exists that did have to come from somewhere. That's folks like you. Who have you know very much been trailblazers in brought so many women into the game. It's very interesting ask Seventeen years of of just continued success and just appreciation for what it is that that you do in obviously continuing to bring them into the fell. What goals did you originally have with lips. And do you feel that you've met or perhaps even exceeded them over these seventeen years. Well it's an interesting question because yes we have been successful in an the conversations that it starts which actually opens up the The possibilities for other entities and and operators to offer a ladies event at their locations which that part is great And the the lips tour in itself just having a brand for women in the industry that has been around so long even if if.
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"You know if like chess you know you learn how to play the game but then you you study it and it takes forever to master it and i'll know for many of us we never do. But that was my very very beginnings and advocating for women in poker specifically. I mentioned that you founded lips obviously ladies international focus series but you had done plenty of advocacy for women in poker before that sort of the precursors of away wanna talk about that a little break. Well our priests cursor literally is that because online poker was just beginning in the internet around the late nineties and i had become obsessed with the internet. There were really not a whole lot of things for people to do. It was beginning of websites. And all those kinds of things and i had already been a member of the chat box stuff that was kind of like boards wreck poker young and recreational. They had all the different boards that you can talk. And that's that was my first exposure and through wrec poker i learned that they were doing online poker platforms and And through that. I got invited to join a group that was on m. s. n. member. Msn groups victory poker players and there was about on about fifty people that that were interested in poker and they were playing together on a bunch of different online platforms. The very very beginning one like planet poker in paradise over and all these different poker places just so it was very very interesting to me and we would take our little group while that whole journey wound up leading to developing that group and it was just a community of poker players and we got an opportunity to Open our own platform on the doyle brunson network because we grew our little group to like twenty thousand players and I was in the administration of that and then we actually formed a company. And i was a partner in that if because i knew the internet i i'd spent so much time learning about county new websites and graphics guys number and So they're the cool thing was that we had a program and it was a battle of the sexist kind of a thing. She wants a month or two ladies tournament and once a month there was immense tournament and then at the end of the year we did a tournament champion champions between them and so we just really enjoy the camaraderie that went around in this league tournament. It was not like our regular. Even this is all but there was a lot of chat going on and stuff so we just had a ball And then. I was fortunate that i lived in san diego area. And that's where the california state ladies poker championship was bounded..
"soto" Discussed on Cards Chat
"Area loopy soda. Welcome to the cardsvip podcast. Oh so excited to be here alone. Everybody in carts chat good to see you again. They has everything going for you. Things are going good. You know poker starting to really pick up band. People are starting to conversations again really ready to start opening up series and things like that and we all know that wokers booming in some areas of the country. So i'm just excited to start start getting back to business a woman after my own heart and i'm sure a lot of a lot of us at the cards in the forums would agree with that you've just associated with so many organizations will tackle them one by one and not just associated. You founded them. You literally started. We'll just to give everyone idea. I kind of feel also before we get into all the prepared questions for everything you've done and you've done so much for our game for women in poker you've flown under the radar in a way and i feel like it so important to give you the very well deserved well earned exposure of everything you know if the kind of thing when i discovered what it is that you do. Oh my you did that you did that. Don't so much so first of all. Thank you for everything you've done and everyone who's listening. Who's watching you're in for a real treat over the next hour so we're going to start with. How did you first get into the game. In what led you to become such a strong advocate for women in focus specifically well. I apologize the dog. i am in my office. So the very very beginnings for me was being and this is something that i want everybody to understand that girl that is sitting behind the boy whose sit at the table. I was that girl. I used to go with my boyfriend at the time and i would watch him play poker and it was kind of our date night and we would sit there for several hours playing at the time it was midnight mid-nineties and it was stood. There wasn't really a whole lot of texas. Hold him being played. So i learned the game by really watching him play and watching the other players so i became kind of interested I didn't realize just how much strategy was involved which really excited me. And it got to the point after about four or five months of sitting there watching him. That i started critiquing his play while he didn't really like that too much but key invited me to go get my own seat. Entertained gone so that was the beginning of my journey in this was in southern california and san diego area and literally there were maybe three four women in that entire poke around other than employees But the good news is is that i was very social as by nature and so the employees all know who i was. I got to meet a lot of the members learned about staff. I ask a lot of questions. Just because i'm nosy by nature to and So i learned a lot about the game on the back end in what they were doing. What their jobs were. And all that kind of stuff so It just interested me and then of course poker. Game itself is massive..
Nats Beat Phillies 6-4 After Turner Leaves Because of COVID
"A pair of early three run homers help the national snap a five game skid and hold off the Phillies for a six to four wins Josh bell Homer to make it three do nothing in the first inning and one Soto followed with a three run blast of his own in the second to give Washington all the offense it would need to get nearly the but we gotta keep going we gotta go we gotta play nine innings we got our like a harder every time and that's how you win baseball Bryce Harper provided the highlight of the night for Philadelphia with an inside the park home run in the fifth and also had an RBI double and triple Cutten added a solo shot for the Phillies who have dropped five of eight I'm given Coolbaugh
Lightning Celebrate Another Stanley Cup Win With Boat Parade
"Tiebreaker. This got very dramatic. He and juan soto of the nationals. The final tally between the two thirty one home runs to twenty eight on the hardwood more trouble for usa basketball. They fall to now. Oh into an olympic exhibitions after a loss to australia yesterday. They lost saturday tonight. Julia so it's back to back. Elle's for gregg popovich team and prior saturday team. Usa was fifty four and to all
Alonso bests Mancini, Ohtani for 2nd straight HR Derby title
"Peter ones are combined his power with warm temps and Colorado's thin air to win the twenty twenty one home run derby with the victory the New York Mets first baseman successfully defended the derby title he won in twenty nineteen Alonso ripped a derby record thirty five homers to beat Salvador Perez in the first round then eliminated Juan Soto before winning the final against Baltimore Orioles first baseman treatment Saini whose presence was its own miracle he missed the twenty twenty season battling stage three colon cancer Bruce Morton Denver
Grossman's 10th-inning squeeze bunt lifts Tigers over Astros
"Robbie Grossman squeeze bunt in the bottom of the tenth give attackers a two one victory and a split of their four game series with the Astros I'm growing a little bit right now but on tomorrow's a new day and I'm glad I I got to do something helped him win today the game when he bought came a half inning after Gregory Soto worked out of the second and third situation tiger starter Terrick school allowed just one run on one hit and three walks in seven innings striking out nine Houston's Jaco to reveal out two hits and a walk in five innings he's allowed just four hits and two walks with fifteen strikeouts in fourteen scoreless innings over his last three starts Carlos Correa had a sacrifice fly for the Astros his fifth RBI of the series I'm Dave Ferrie
What Is the Significance of VP Harris' Trip to Mexico and Guatemala?
"Us now with oriole ruez soto. Who is a policy analyst at the migration policy institute arielle. Welcome back to the show and given me so. What is the significance of vice president harris's trip to mexico and guatemala. Well first of all. I think it signifies that there's going to be a different use approach to the region one. That's focused on co-responsibility and really seeing the capacity so his governments to have a larger role in migration management meaning not just immigration control efforts but also thinking about communitarian pathways Legal employment opportunities to come to united states or to mexico in that scenario and understand and coordinated development easier. I'm more effectively going forward. Of course two visits are not going to change things overnight but they do pointing to it the the a good direction and understanding how to change the dynamics and how to make sure that the governments can do more and should do more In their own neighborhood.
Nats Defeat Yankees 11–4
"The nationals took advantage of three Yankees errors to score six times in the eighth inning of an eleven four route in the Bronx Josh Harrison slammed a three run Homer that put the nets in control we got prison with more opportunities no drive guys in today and you know we got it done so it was exciting to to have one of these games have one of those innings as well and it was it was a full team effort program to get the first game of the series Erin judge made the first error of the inning infielders DJ lemay you want Gleyber Torres also made a fitting miscues Juan Soto editor two run blast in the ninth Josh Bellamy young combs also went deep as Washington ended a three game losing streak let me hear what Gary Jack let me heal and Gary Sanchez homered for New York I'm Dave Ferrie
Richard Mosse on Environmental Crime in the Amazon
"Richard you're just back from brazil. What have you been doing. I've been down there. Pre producing for an immersive video at work have been making in collaboration with the composer. Ben frost and cinematographer trevor tweeden. This is the third ambitious immersive audio. I've made with these collaborators. So it's are suppose in a way you can think of it as the third party in a trilogy of work that spanned a decade. Now i also on my own going soto and making Multispectral maps of sites of environmental crimes. So tell us about. These photographs have begun to appear. There's a show at jack. Shane men and nowadays this show just about to open in bologna which is actually a sort of survey show. But it has these works. Tell us about the climate change thing. Yes. so the. The maps are ab- basically became fascinated with the the problem of representing climate change and and the processes of deforestation that the amazons undergoing all around. It's everywhere the skate of enormous. And i found that. Very hard to articulate to communicate. And that's my job. As as an artist. I need to find a way to do that. And hopefully an adequate way to do that. And it's bloody hard and that's something all storytellers all of us not just ours but photographers writers journalists. We all struggle to retail that inadequate way. And that's because the prices are bigger than the human figure and a kind of exists outside the limits of human language and human perception and so that fascinated me sort of catalyzed. A whole con concerned concept for me. But eventually i discovered was supposed. Just how could you not discover the scientists who are who are telling us all this data about the scale and velocity of deforestation in the amazon. And what that means. And how that's unfolding. This is all data that's been that's been gleaned through. Gps mapping
How Indigenous Musicians Are Using Song to Reclaim Their Identities
"Singer. Jelly wolf was raised as a jehovah's witness a community that had very strict rules. Jelly grew up. Not knowing her father. A survivor of the sixties scoop that saw tens of thousands of indigenous children from across the country taken from their families by the canadian government and adopted out mostly to non-indigenous families between the nineteen sixties and the nineteen eighties. As a child he was stripped of his identity. So jay le-. She grew up in what she calls. A doomsday cult raised as a jehovah's witness in a small town in bc. It wasn't until she was seventeen that she learned who father was and that he was indigenous. A member of the soto. First nation jamie's identity has shifted through the years the community she was raised in forbade engaging much with the outside world let alone making music so she left to discover who she really is and pursue a life of self expression. Daily wolf joins me now from her home in toronto gaoli. Welcome to the show. Thank you so much for having me. So that song that we just heard child of the government it centers on the trauma. Your dad and family experienced in the sixties scoop. You wrote this incredibly personal song about him. But what did you know about who he was when you were growing up. I didn't know much. I knew that will. I thought that he was of mexican descent and my mom told me that. He struggled a lot with addiction issues and that was all i knew of him And then being in the religion. I didn't just never really thought to. I don't know reach out. I saw him one time on a street. Actually and i was just walking down the street with my grandmother. And my just kinda of looked like. Oh wow i remember disturbingly. You know who that was and i was like. Yeah those my dad. And i've never seen a picture of him or anything so it was really the only thing i knew my dad. I saw him once he dark skin. I thought he was mexican and he struggled. That's all. I knew
Nats finally play, top Braves 6-5 on Soto's walk-off in 9th
"One so does RBI single off Will Smith in the bottom of the ninth scored Victor Robles with the game winning run as the nationals beat the Braves six to five to win their season opener the Braves had four solo homers all off Max Scherzer Ronald Acuna junior had two of them trade Turner hit a two run Homer and Jonathan Lucroy had a two run double for Washington and that's were missing ten players because of the covert outbreak shares of says they found a way to win we had you know and some adversity we dealt with it and we played well because of it we we responded well before in the past we know we had other guys are down there there it's ready to go the guys shot today to play baseball they came out and competed their tails off drew Smyly ensures are each went six innings Greg heist Washington
Five Washington Nationals players will miss opening day after a COVID-19 positive
"Very exciting toe have opening day for the Washington nationals, but it already starts with Drama. We're seeing reports overnight that a player for the Nationals has tested positive for Cove in 19. How disruptive will this big well depends on who that player is, and the four players who came in contact with him, who are also now in isolation off of this and Major league. Baseball does not have to disclose the player's name so we don't know who they are. If it's one Soto if its trade Turner that's really bad, Yes. If it's a utility infielder, maybe not so much, but we don't know. And we won't know until the players start their warm ups tonight.
Philadelphia Eagles loaded with picks in 2021 and 2022 NFL drafts
"Meanwhile the eagles bill their quarterback situation felt even more unsettled than miami's. Who's getting of confidence there. It's jalen hurts right. I mean their own second year quarterback is really entrenched now as the starter in twenty twenty one and there presumably not going to go after a quarterback at twelve so hurts will get the twenty twenty one season to prove his mettle as starter while the eagles will many as three first round picks and twenty twenty two depending on. How carson wentz does indianapolis so this is a win win for philadelphia
Is Juan Soto the Most Glorious Thing in Baseball Right Now?
"Jeff passan what do they want soto at bat look like oh my goodness awan. Soto at bat is the most glorious thing in baseball right now. The swing a fly ball to left centerfield. This is way back. This what is going to run homer for. Lunch is someone who is at twenty two years old seemingly at the peak of his powers. It is somebody who loves competition to the point where he will do everything possible to gain an advantage. Call the soda shop. He doesn't to let the guys know that that batter's box could sonos. He will be standing there in the batter's box. And he will stare and he will lick his lips and he will shake his hip and he will shuffle his legs and he will do everything he possibly can to burrow himself into the psyche of that pitcher on the mound and make him think in the second that that pitcher things on facing wants oto he has lost. Do you enjoy making pictures mad. Sometimes when they see me better than i might. Yes i always would myself well player
Boston students, parents push back against plans to return middle school students to classrooms in Massachusetts .
"As massachusetts pushes for middle schools to go full time for in person learning by the end of april. Some students parents and school committee members are pushing back more than that now. From lily bulky. Education commissioner jeffrey. Riley announced the deadline earlier this month raising concerns. That timeline may not work for every district. Some including boston have made gradual reopening plans with hybrid models. Silica soto is apparent organizer with the boston education justice alliance and has two kids in boston public schools. She doesn't think there's enough time for the city to meet the new deadline especially as marginalized communities are still being hit harder. By the virus riley have good infringes. He has not taken parents and students enter. Consideration especially low income black and brown family five mandate in that district of fully back in. I soto knows through seventh graders. School doesn't have a school bus so she'll have to use public transportation. Which in boston has recently reduced. Its service she thinks. More advanced planning is needed before the district can resume normal operations. Some school districts in the state say they're ready others say there's more to do groups like the massachusetts education justice alliance urging the state to provide adequate time to ensure all schools are reopen safely.
I Cant Afford One Bitcoin! What Can I Do?
"Bitcoin is hot. Stop amidst this current bull market. We've seen a rush of new users who like most new users have no what's going on and one question of particular comes up a whole lot that i wanted to talk about today. What do i do if i can't afford one bitcoin. I'm adam levine and this is speaking of bit point. Today's always i'm joined by the other host of the show. Andreas 'em and operas. Hello stephanie murphy. I am jonathan mahan. Hey thanks to all the hosts into you listener for sitting on today's session. So i was talking to some people new to the cryptocurrency space last week and they were talking about what they were looking at making the first coins and they said that bitcoin just cost too much that it was too expensive that even if they agreed with all of the fundamental values the changes that will happen in the world. How bitcoin is a hedge for that and that bitcoin was going to. Let's say three x or five x in the next ten years and they saw that is real that they just didn't feel like transferring their wealth into something that they would never have one that they would never have one bitcoin that even if they spent a decade doing everything they could they would only ever have less than one bitcoin as a failure state as something that like emotionally. They couldn't get past. And i started thinking about myself when i was in college. I learning about bitcoin. And honestly i don't know if bitcoin had hit thirty or forty thousand dollars instead of dollar if i could have seen it as something that i wanted to get into just because of that mountain cliff of believing in something but then feeling like a failure. Because you don't even have quote unquote one of it. What do you guys think about that. What do you think people should be thinking about when it comes to that. I think that's an important psychological marker that people check in with when they're thinking about do i wanna buy this. How much does it cost to buy. One of this thing and i mean the real solution to that is to reframe. You're thinking there's other units to measure bitcoin in lots of wallets denominate their balances in mila. Bits now which is one thousandth of a bitcoin and you can change that in the settings and so you know if you could afford one million. Bitcoin would you by that. What about wants to toshi. The units are actually quite arbitrary. And it doesn't help that. The news and everything reports the price in terms of one bitcoin but that is also kind of helpful for a very long term perspective to see that it went from being worth nothing up to you know nearly fifty thousand dollars. There's other things that exhibit similar behavior for example. Some stocks have extremely high unit prices. And of course you can buy fractions of them berkshire. Hathaway is a famous example of that other things that have this kind of tendency. Are things like precious metals. You know you don't say well. I'm not gonna invest in gold because i can't afford a whole kilogram bar. Well yeah i mean. You can't but that doesn't mean that you can't get an airing. It's still gold is just a different value. And the unifies works both ways so for example instead of saying why can't afford a bitcoin but i can't afford a bit which is millions of a bitcoin. You can't afford a bit and that has a nice name. It's not merely bitcoin. Which kind of makes it sounds like a bitcoin with too many feet. That's a bad greek joke. It's not a unit that has no relationship you could also just measuring soto. She's because we all know of course are the standard as i keep getting reminded and you could choose any arbitrary unit but you can also go the other way right. You could redefined for example. Ten bitcoin as a chad hike. Very few people can really afford to buy a whole chad. But could i buy one tenth of a chat of bitcoin or desi chavez. I prefer to call it it. Oh all of these things are completely arbitrary and you can torment yourself on way or rejoice the out there in a completely arbitrary way and this is the key here arbitrary. It's not rational to focus. On any specific unit and we have a word for things that humans do the deviate from rationality or norm and those are called cognitive by and this particular thing is called unit bias. It's of well known cognitive bias and is studied in psychology from a number of different perspectives. It's not just the. I want to own one bitcoin. It's also the if you give me a twenty four ounce cup of soda. I'm going to drink the whole thing. Just because it comes in that size even though i may be only wanted half of it or if you create a heaping plate of french fries or if you give me a giant bag of doritos i'm gonna finish everything. Unit biases be studied a lot in terms of portions for eating. Because it actually one of the things that drives a number of eating disorders because it's a cognitive bias. It's a bug in your ability to think rationally about certain situations and that bug can lead to behavior that is against your own self interest and so this is a normal thing to have unit bias and sometimes says expresses itself in hilarious ways like for example to jonathan's example of people saying well. I can't buy a whole bitcoin. you get the opposite. Which is people who bought into dosage and are looking at it at six cents going. Yeah we can get it to a dollar dollar while allowing me to answer that watson dollar. What you don't understand dear sir is that there are one hundred twenty nine does and they are produced at a rate of what is it. One point four million a day and so to get does to a dollar. It's total market capitalization would have to reach a hundred and thirty five billion dollars or basically where a theorem walls last week. Now i don't know how you measure the utility of does and even if you think cerium is shit. Coin will not that bad
"soto" Discussed on Beautiful You
"Healing journey it's called fire starters, and if you go on my website, which is Alba, Soto. TLC DOT COM and register for the newsletter you'll be able to get updates on when the book comes out in pre sales and all of that fun stuff as well as my social media that I have as well. Anyone wants to come and follow me on instagram or facebook. Well at all of those details in the description of the podcast so that people can connect with you. Awesome. Please reach out to elbow wrist if you need some support daren't decided drowning. Find a way to keep on swimming. Thank you. Thank you. If you know it's time to take action and you want to connect with your beautiful you. Then I want to connect with you. Find me on FACEBOOK DOT com forward slash redemption mummers or drop me a message. You will also find any links for my guest on the facebook pages will. You can be empowered. You can be quipped and inspire others and embrace true carriage by becoming your beautiful new. I'm Miriam snap and he is to being the beautiful.
"soto" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Janina Soto and Cesar Hernandez are here with us to talk about this company. How it works. You guys welcome so much, So I feel so highfalutin Just having these here What do we have here? What kinds of names? Wow. Well, thank you for having this. We're very excited to be here with you. Today We have the right shoes off anywhere from the mulching Gabbana's Roger. Viva. We also have. Of course, everyone knows their favorite Christian lobaton also known as your red Sole bottoms. They are there. Each one is amazing. They're they're practically delicious. One of them just completely looks like candy with the moment the little studs there I love that. So how did this come to be? I know that you guys sort of had a background in e commerce and you're tryingto find a niche that worked because accomplishes hot. It's a great business model. But you have to find a niche because a lot of people are getting into it. And you guys should said, Well, we ended up seeing that the runway had been around for 10 years, and they were renting out designer dresses. They weren't renting out shoes and I actually had a friend of mine who said she had an award to go to in New York City, and she flew out there expecting she was going to rent the dress in the shoes, and when she got there, she found out that they don't rent shoes. Her husband ended up having to fork out over $1000 to buy her a pair of shoes to wear that night. And she said, I could not believe it. So then that's when the light bulb moment went on. And we said, Well, there it is. We've gotta finish the outfit with shoes. Sometimes that's just not in the budget to gotten and walked down 1000 bucks and I know sometimes I've had events. Very special ones where you do get wrapped up in. What the heck am I gonna wear? And you do all that? And then one hour before you leave, you think? Wait a minute. What shoes am I gonna wear? I can't just wear this. Can't wear loafers with this dress, right? Well, here's what ends up happening. A lot of women go and get the great dress, but then they end up getting a pair of shoes. It's lackluster just is maybe a basic beige with with a little strap in an ankle strap, and that's it and it doesn't finish the outfit. There's a huge difference when you put on, for instance, is Valentina Rock said This is called the Rainbow Rock Steady. And granted at over $900 almost 1000. You're only gonna wear it once, and that's why rentals such a great idea. I almost think I haven't had a hat line and jewelry line, which I've talked about before in the network. So nice to let me do that. I would say, sometimes pick out your hat before you address. Let the hat speak. I almost want them to get the shoes and then pick like a really subtle, simple Adorable dress, but the shoes are the star on DSO. That's a That's a good idea for people to the probably style them in things. How does this work? Do I sign up for a month or a year or one time thing or what are my options? That's where we keep it really simple. We want it to be Allen card if you want..
"soto" Discussed on Health Care Rounds
"Podcast to learn more about us go to Darmon research dot com in this episode. John sits at the table with North while health. Senior Vice President and chief marketing and communications officer. Ramon Soto Ramon talks about how? His current role in his past experiences were integral in the recent health system. Rebranding from North Shore Long Island Jewish health system to the now north. Well Mr Soto earned his masters of Business Administration from Yale School of Management and six sigma certified. He has been with North Wall since two thousand fifteen so thanks for spending some time with me today. Looking forward to our conversation Ramon started. Tell me a little bit about your journey that brought you to north well today North well is the largest health system In the New York Metro marketplace. And it's grown principally through. I'd say probably sixty percent acquisition about forty percent organic growth over the years and it used to be the north shore Long Island Jewish health system. And as it's grown the reality is. It wasn't very good at telling a story even the name that's old name. Norling Angeles health system was a byproduct of an acquisition and integration really a political accommodation to get the deal don the the old scientific smush method and jamming to organizations together to come up with one name and the challenge was the organization Was REALIZING THAT. In a in an era where consumers are more informed than ever and much more customer centric marketplace. They didn't have the tools vehicles to engage with consumers in a meaningful way Both the tell their story the value created why they should be a destination for our hair in the fee for service world and then in the value based world. That's emerging as well. How do we take the journey differently so I had a conversation with our CEO? Oh Lord was probably an eight month and and one of the first articulations. He was kind of vision of how marketing could really be a a force multiplier driver of consumer engagement. And I never heard anybody speak that way about The need to market differently so it was very attractive to me and my background. I'm marketers marketer. I was born in the agency. World my first job was with Mccann-erickson the second job was was with young and Rubicam On Madison Avenue..
"soto" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Twenty his Soto whatever he has in his covenant were Sydney office were quite read to get a great social my foot to help you do it you realize cues that can damage your teeth don't agree that war crushed ice restaurants dice is the best and try to get a look when you're revved up all the time you do what you have to do weekdays at two on KFI when KFI am six forty live everywhere on that I heart radio the house managers now in the process of wrapping up their opening statements in today's impeachment hearing there in the Senate are expected to address the second article of impeachment covering the obstruction of Congress house of course impeach the president over claims that he used his office to try and force you cranium leaders to announce investigations that would benefit him politically trump's lawyers begin making their case tomorrow locally at least fifty cars were vandalized various spots around.
"soto" Discussed on KOMO
"Live look in Seattle. Soto neighborhood right now police are investigating a string of arsons, and you can see where those eight arsons happened overnight here on this map, all of them set within several blocks of each other police dot trying to figure out who did this. And this is just one of the stories coming in off the feats today. We're also hearing from a local couple who just got home from that terrifying in Norway terrifying. It was but we wanna I get to komo's Steve McCarron who's live and Soto tracking those Steve. President. You can see how the lead on this dumpster right here. Just melted. During one of these fires nearly all of them set within a span of ninety minutes photos show. Just some of the damage left behind in Seattle. Soto David hood after a string of overnight fires in investigators. Now believe we're all intentionally set a dumpster, garbage spin. And a pickup truck look out the flames burn the seat on this forklift one of two that were damaged investigators. Don't yet know if the same person is behind all of the fires. We cannot confirm that piece of it. There were no injuries and not a lot of property damage from the fires. But investigators worry what could be hit next right now and business owners are urged to keep all, doors and windows. Locked move dumpsters. Recycled bins and yard waste containers. At least five feet away from walls or roofs and clean up. Any paper grasses weeds litter anything that can burn from around buildings. One thing we noticed here tonight. Is there are a number of surveillance cameras in this area, including several right above this dumpster. That was hit the police departments arts and a bomb squad. Now looking into.
"soto" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
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"soto" Discussed on KOMO
"Soto now closed permanently in preparation for the closing of the Alaskan way viaduct metal take place next Friday night Snoqualmie pass Stevens pass and white pass have no restrictions and we're not seeing any trouble on either of the floating bridges over lake Washington or the narrows bridge in Tacoma next report to forty four. I'm Mike conkland. Komo news. Hi, everybody at a Saturday morning. You're in the Pacific northwest by Saturday night. We may be in for a powerful windstorm. And I say maybe because the track is where it's added all depends exactly on where that logos high right now the beach is definitely in on some gusty winds forty miles per hour give or take a few. But if this tracks in just so we could be seeing similar winds forty even fifty or sixty miles per hour for short period of time in the metro area on Saturday night into Sunday morning. Be ready. Just in case in the KOMO weather center. I'm meteorologist, Shannon O'Donnell. Twenty four seven news continues. Now on KOMO news. New data released by the treasury department says the federal deficit has grown by more than two trillion dollars under President Trump's watch the national debt is now at nearly twenty two trillion dollars. It's at seventy eight percent of the US gross national domestic product the highest that number has been since one thousand nine hundred fifty on its current pace. The Congressional Budget Office estimates that the national debt will grow to ninety six percent of GDP by twenty Twenty-eight President Trump vowed to reduce the debt to zero in eight years when he took office as Brian shook reporting history was made in a Pierce county courtroom this week, Washington state auditor, Pat McCarthy was among those packed into courtroom one hundred in the county city building to honor Mary rob net. Mccarthy is the first woman to hold the auditors job. And she was the first woman to be Pierce county, executive you, my.