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US Navy warship sidelined with COVID-19 outbreak

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 6 months ago

US Navy warship sidelined with COVID-19 outbreak

"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi reporting reporting a a U. U. S. S. navy navy warship warship is is sidelined sidelined with with a a covert covert nineteen nineteen outbreak outbreak a a US US navy navy warship warship has has paused paused the the scheduled scheduled deployment deployment to to South South America America due due to to a a corona corona virus virus outbreak outbreak on on board board the the navy navy says says the the USS USS Milwaukee Milwaukee is is staying staying in in port port at at naval naval station station Guantanamo Guantanamo bay bay routed routed stopped stopped for for a a scheduled scheduled port port visit visit the the navy navy says says the the ship's ship's crew crew is is one one hundred hundred percent percent immunized immunized and and all all those those who who tested tested positive positive for for covert covert nineteen nineteen have have been been isolated isolated away away from from other other crew crew members members the the number number of of those those testing testing positive positive was was not not disclosed disclosed according according to to the the latest latest data data released released by by the the navy navy more more than than ninety ninety eight eight percent percent of of all all active active duty duty sailors sailors have have been been fully fully vaccinated vaccinated hi hi Mike Mike Rossio Rossio

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"south south america" Discussed on Food Safety Matters

Food Safety Matters

03:25 min | 10 months ago

"south south america" Discussed on Food Safety Matters

"Do you think that this type of growth is going to continue in the surveys. We've we've had a couple of articles this year. It shows pretty clear that this is not going to slow down anytime soon. One of the questions. We've asked frequently is in the next two years. How much do you see your testing. Increasing or decreasing and increasing always outweighs decreasing. the issue. is how much some people say. As much as ten percent some people say as much as two percent but almost no one says we're gonna stop testing as much as we are just not something that they're going to reverse occasionally you'll find a process of that says we've been running hundreds of samples a month. We're not finding anything now. Maybe we'll run eighty or something like that but no one is saying that they're going to reverse course. I think this is going to continue to grow at some point. There's a ceiling on how many samples they'll be. But then i think from a world standpoint you'll start to see tremendous growth in places like south south south america africa and maybe asia. We don't have quite the growth. You see that in beef in brazil which has really come up in the last couple of years after the scandals they've had so the still a lot of room for a lot of growth but at some point we'll hit a ceiling and maybe the developed areas so bob i was wondering if you could Tease what's in part to so. We tried to ask a lot of questions. I like talking about testing like we have this whole podcasts. But now like talking about testing but yeah part two. We're going to cover some of the other subjects. And i think there's another couple of key areas that we found in outside of testing as well and that's certainly kobe. Nineteen we've talked about quite a bit. The overall impact on the markets and supply chains and some of the changing changing things in supply chain. Not only that. We're changing before code but are going to change permanently from kobe. And that's in part to. Yeah also i wanted to ask you a question about the listeria testing. Do you think that it's grown because l'estere is not only a threat in the food product itself but it's also ubiquitous in the environment. So do you think that drives how much listeria testing is going on. If i put it in a sense to i think the main reason for listeria testing growing the way it is is there was a lot of assumptions made about how long listeria lasted plant where it stayed again. How liquid is it was. And i think some of the assumptions were wrong and then when people started to test more they started to find more and when people changed their approach to this. This idea that don't test and two you don't find anything but test until you do find something and then get rid of it that has changed and cause people to run more tests to purposely find things and i think that's what it was some of the diagnostics out there that can find evidence of listeria particularly rna. That's been around for years has changed people's views on what was in their plan at one point in how it got there so i think that really was a was a mindset. Change interesting all right. Well if you want to read part one you can go to. Food safety.

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"south south america" Discussed on MMA Roasted

MMA Roasted

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"south south america" Discussed on MMA Roasted

"Or it's like taxes in the background or something. He's like talking to his dog off. Yes, nice. You know what? I tried to come on. I tried my best to come on. Everybody. Roasted and deliver hard-hitting, technical advice and, you know, analysis, but I'm upstaged by a few months. He looks like a dog looks just like Don Frye here. When Dawn told us, his dog had was syndrome and that he hated tell him to get down. Remember, that know you said that was also mayor mccorkle's. Always like he's like he's about money money money money. He goes out and buys a farm right home. So he lives on a farm in Indiana. Doing that, right? Never it never Farm before. So he was protractor and like the first week, right? He him in his kid, who is a meth head comes in the backyard. He's got like an AK-47, like you sucking Rambo shooting off the whole fucking neighborhood, right? Then he goes out and buys $20,000 dog too fucking to breed dog. It doesn't even dog breeding, but think this is a good investment and then buys another dog and he almost fucking shoots the dog, while the fucking meth heads there, so he's like it's shooting out there. Anybody is a pond, he puts them in his front yard but like, but doesn't know who to hire. They build half upon the men leave. Right? So now he's got half a pond with a fucking boat. Like in the corner he's got a dog breeding business and he's going to South South America with fucking Don Frye to get stem cells. And in Columbia, this is this is their newest recognition. Like you can go wrong here, so I'm still getting all this. All this sounds accurate. Yes, I'm good. If you going to get it in on this, actually, that's the first time I've started off questioning my decision when I have more than on it. I was like, okay. Wait around brought some seed money. I mean let's get into it. You know what I mean? It's harvest some embryos, you know, I have Democrat friends Thursday. Anything that I'm saying not true. I mean it's close to 10:30 to $10,000 dogs with a third one on the way so there's that they did finish the pond finally I'm actually farming. I just wanted some land and it sound like from your store on bad with money but you gotta ask yourself. How I someone who hasn't had a job in ten years buying twenty Acres, putting a pond in buying $10,000 dogs and if you're thinking a covert we'd operation Michigan, you might be right. No, I don't do that either. But God.

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"south south america" Discussed on The CyberWire

The CyberWire

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"south south america" Discussed on The CyberWire

"Products slash security. What we're talking about here is folks Getting their hands on in this case a copy of windows ten but doing so by questionable means Yeah so the windows. The windows installation files specifically It sailed on on torrent sites and yeah people a lot of people use it. I mean if you look for this specific installation. It has tens of thousands of sitters. Which means i couldn't even imagine how many people have installed it also. This is not the first installation that the outer we've we've seen some other installations that behave similarly and have the the so someone decides that they need a fresh copy of windows ten and rather than reaching out to microsoft going through the normal channels and probably having to pay for it they go to a torrent site And it's very easy to find a copy of windows ten on the torrent sites but in this case this Copy of the windows. Ten installer is carrying an extra payload here. And that's what you all looked into. Yeah well let's let's walk through it together. Wh- what exactly was going on here from a malware point of view as so from the mullahs point of view that develop these swing of these rogue windows installation configured at a number of pretty sophisticated ways to infect a install device and and by bus windows defender. The first stage of the attack is carried by an executable file that is located in the windows sub directory see windows directory and is stouter using the windows. Attend ten file which allows for commands to be executed on the first Boot up of of the of a fresh installation. This this executable. His only responsible of setting up other publishers scripts that will set up window services. And where does it go from there. I mean this. This script Launches and what does it do next. So once the strip launches a window service will be created to to actually will be created. The first one is responsible for cleaning up a little bit of the effects that was created during the installation. And the second one the more the more interesting one uses directories that was that are created dying installation. It actually uses the name to decode in memory and malicious partial script. The one we we actually saw in elementary and this disposal scripts contacts are servile that is controlled by a tucker and tries download malicious executable and what militias execute -able or are they trying to put on the system demolitions executed is if i call collective is seventy s f x binary which extract a lot a lot of different murder on the device on the. Actually that was previously excluded in the windows defender that was done by the service One of the model were one of the most Serious malware that it affects is extreme rat which is used by various threat actors. We we didn't attribute who who did this attack. But we know that extreme what is being used all of south south america and by the mall mole rats and dactyl which is attributed to together. And as you say. I mean there. There's a whole bunch of stuff that this is installing. Made everything from adware crypto miners. And as you mentioned The rat For you know gathering an exfiltrated information off of the system. So i suppose. I mean this speaks to the fact that if gosh if you can control the installation of someone's operating system i mean that's really the ball game. Yeah yeah you could do basically anything you want. And also think of the scale of how many workstation workstations lifelock stations you can control with this rogue installation now described to me specifically what they're doing to To evade windows defender. What's going on there. Okay so first of all deductibles have to store and militias polish script that contains de dresses. They want to reach if if they would have started this file on disk the windows defender would have founded and deleted. What's the tacos actually did they. They took the script and in go to its value in hex asking into directory. Names this territory. Names then decoded in memory to download the fatal. That's one thing that the targets did to bypass defender in other thing. They did was use. The windows attend file in order to bypass the defend on. This file actually allows them to execute their binary before windows defender is is up interesting. You know. I guess. I mean i usually ask people you know what. What can you do to to try to protect yourself against this. And i suppose that still counts from an organizational point of view. You know how do you. How do you prevent folks from downloading infected copies of their operating system. Off of a torrent site. It'd be it's sort of the basic thing here and beyond that as we said i mean if that's the way folks are getting their software. It's kind of a self inflicted wound. I suppose it is. It is sometimes. it's sometimes it is but sometimes you can if you don't know a lot about computers and you purchase your pc in some in some guy in someone's show and he's getting cheap on your operates the operating system installing it from an illegal source. You could get hurt by that. I'm sure a lot of people did. So what sort of things could you do. Then to to kind of scan this system or if you had You know endpoint protection would would it be able to detect the the installations of the various types of malware. That were dropped on a system. Like this so yeah. Of course even installing an external a and a good one after the installation is done might be able to delete some of the files but the problem is you can never be sure if a taco on installed in other bechtel on your device before you'll.

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"south south america" Discussed on Liftoff

Liftoff

07:28 min | 1 year ago

"south south america" Discussed on Liftoff

"You know just as doing polar orbits is a different thing than kind of regular or and there's a lot of good things about having satellite in a polar orbit because you can cover like every inch of ground of the earth over a short period of time because the earth rotates under your satellite. It's great Continental europe in general has just not been good at launching things into space from continental europe. I mean geographically speaking like its european space agency has a very busy launch site in french guiana but that is in south america people that is on the northern coast of south south america. It is not in europe. It is and you know every time they learn something. I'm reminded that. France still has a vestige of colonial france in south america. It's interesting a. I think the only one i think they're islands but like this is like literally french territory in in south america in any event leaving south america. Aside site that we're talking about is in karuna sweden. This is the northernmost city in sweden. It's got about seventeen thousand people who live there But in terms of around the launch site which is outside of town Basically if there is a fa- fallout from a failed launch. Just gonna hit you know trees and maybe you'll disturb some reindeer but that's about it. There is extreme. Northern sweden karinna is an old mining town in fact fund. Here's a fun fact. They're slowly going to move the entire town about three kilometers to the east because the mine all the tunnels under the earth have caused the the entire town to sink. Now what you want no. It's not great. It's not great Other european countries are also working on launch sites portugal. The uk noor way. Sweden seems to be the furthest along. Obviously one of the advantages of the site is that the further away from the equator. You are the easier. It is to launch to a polar orbit so you can save energy by launching from something like this site in sweden versus say from vandenberg in california. Where you're you're you know you know. Further south not like right by the equator but further south and northern sweden above the arctic circle for sure and. then. I just didn't know all the stuff. The seventeen thousand person town. Karuna northernmost city in sweden but not only that the swedish institute of space physics is there. There is a space school. That's like the magnet school for gifted Teenagers in in in northern sweden. I guess there's university there. They've got space engineering program. So basically karuna is space central for sweden. And if you like if you're living in warmer climate of of sweden you're down by like mamo or something like that where you're like right over by by Denmark and you really are into space. They're like off to the arctic circle with you that's right and also if you're there in the winter and why would you be my god. They have ice hotel so they one of those things where they build a hotel out of ice and you can stay on the ice rooms and stuff. We've got something with it and you can see the northern lights. And all of that stuff i would probably prefer to go there in the in the summer myself me. Too young like one of these pictures just as a reindeer walking through the space center. It's fantastic. they don't care so anyway. Maybe we'll get some interesting satellite launches from northern sweden. That would be fun. And that's that's what's going on in sweden. I had no idea. Yeah me neither. The international space station is going to be busy. We've been talking about this with commercial crew and everything else going on but space tourism and space. Entertainment are up and coming. We've talked about some of this happening in the us We talked about tom. Cruise supposedly working on a project with axiom. Space and spacex and nasa. Shoot a film on the station But this other stuff going on what else is going on. Yeah well so yeah space tourism. We talked about and there's gonna be a lot of that probably coming soon but a space entertainment. I think is a little different category. And there's like three things going on here to keep your your eye on on the first is that russia is apparently Sending on a soyuz to the iss an actress and a director where they're going to shoot footage for a film that they're making. I think it's about like an injured astronaut. And they send a doctor to care for the injured astronaut or something like that. I don't know but that's that's the premise. Here it's also like wouldn't it be cool to shoot a movie on the international space station and that's kinda. I think the real premise So but this actually has effects on on astronauts and cosmonauts because to i 's crew members mark van deny the american and pietra dubroff from the russian space agency. They came up to the iss on msn eighteen soyuz capsule. But what's going to happen is the actress and director are gonna launch on nineteen the next soyuz capsule. They're gonna dock stay a week shoot footage. And then they'll do. The ms eighteen return mission with msa team commander all levinsky and So doobov and venda high. We'll have to wait around the basically their mission is extended at the iss. I'm sure they don't mind but it will be a longer mission than it might have been otherwise because they will then ride back on m. s. nineteen so they get an extra soyuz cycle out of this. Because that's how you get people up to the station for a week right. Is they go up. And then they come back down and So if you're shuttling people on off the iss you can't use those seats because they'll need to take the seat immediately back down so Interesting thing that is just an effect of this Shooting of a movie at the iss also on the reality tv side. The discovery channel announced that they're doing a show called who wants to be an astronaut. Which culminates in a spacex x capsule that will be going to the iss. It's unclear. i think this is going to be an axiom flight. One of the commercial axiom flights and axiom space has has basically bought a crew dragon missions and they want to go to the iss obviously again for a short period of time like a week but there are only as detailed here before they're only a couple of places to dock with the international docking adapter. And you've got crew dragon cargo dragon and you also potentially got boeing going there and so you've gotta time it where there's room for a spacecraft to dock for a week and then leave But those are going to happen. Almost certainly axiom is planning a couple of missions. And i've got a little more about axiom. Second mission in a bit but discovery channel is definitely one of the one of the Plan participants here in the ideas. Yeah you win a game show and you get to go to the s for a week and then so that's two and then the third one is what you mentioned. Which is tom cruise. We don't actually know what's up with that time. There was a story about how tom cruise was planning a movie. That would include scenes shot in in a capsule and at the.

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"south south america" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"south south america" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Bought $1.25 million worth of Test one. Okay. All right before he went in announced that Don't tell me they didn't know that. Don't tell me that they don't know all the things that what's gonna happen with the federal land and different players and where they put the highways through because they know that They know that beforehand and they know the policies are going to be made, and they made fortunes off of that beforehand. But at the end of the day, what we need is people that are doing the right things. Now their pension plan is ridiculous compared to the normal pension plan. Their health care plan is so much better than anything that they want to put on anybody else. You start making them be regular people having to have regular health care have regular pensions, regular jobs. Guess what things change and the fact is that they should not be getting paid. Wouldn't told they could get stimulus pit packages out to people that it now needing it If they weren't getting paid, that stimulus package would be finished complete and given to the right people right now. Then they could get paid. You know, take money out of their pockets when they go ahead and shut down the country. Shut down The place is guess who keeps getting paid. They do exactly And I wonder how many people that they know are getting these checks That shouldn't be getting the checks, But they look the other way because it's okay because it's their constituents. At the end of the day. They need to fix so many things because I don't want to go ahead and become number two. With everything that we do, or number three. We need to stay the strongest economy in the world. Because if we don't Then we falter. Great. All right, well, we have a fight on our hands, people. You have a fight on our hands, and if we end up being weak if we end up, not fighting if we don't do things about it, if would not led by the right people. We will fold and it will not be good and that's what the world wants to see. They want to see America not going ahead and being number one. They don't want to see us fighting all they want from us. It's the success we've had and the money from us they want. Like we said, we're giving away money to South South America were given away to Ukraine. We're giving away toe, Georgia and Russia were giving money away to a whole bunch of countries. Before we're giving the money to our inner cities and fighting covert the way we need to fight it. We need to start realizing we've come first. And then we can give to others. And once that happens, we are strong, and when we become strong, we become better. With that we'll be right back. Valentin and Ryan.

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"south south america" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"south south america" Discussed on KTRH

"Growing in for a minute? I know some of that is temperature related, and some of that is is related to agricultural practice and other places. Would you like to do more on American soil? And how much are you doing now? The majority of our we don't produce everything we sell. And we sell for people like Nestle, Quaker and other companies because our distribution goes door to door customer, the customer, not not consumer to consumer But we have factories in the Northeast Florida, Texas. We have 11 distribution locations here when Puerto Rico, Dominican Republican Spain. But most of our production and that's in fact, maybe almost a quarter of our businesses and beans. The most of the beans are grown in the United States of New York, Michigan. Across the country is being built. And so that's all packed in. Ah, New York in Puerto Rico and Texas is all you know American soil and, uh, we're here in books here. I tend, you know, connects Jacksonville sure to l A. And so it's all about, uh, logistics. We have Amazon in front of his Costco. Wal Mart. Down the street. Ross stores is building a two million square foot. Facility, right right near us. All these big boxes on dust companies are on this corridor. So Texas 1000 people coming a day to Texas. Um, because we have a good business friendly state. No state income tax about double that amount going to Florida, Christy Nome in South Dakota's seven states. The United States that are attracting people that just Pouring out of the Northeast into Florida, pouring out of California into into Texas in the Austin You know, the Tesla's the Apples that Microsoft all these people are coming into. Texas, So we have the right environment, and that's what's keeping. Ah, this country going is his states like like Texas like like Florida and another states, But ah The word in the right place. What is a product line that you looked at over the years and decided not to pursue. And why didn't you pursue that? Well, you know the way have every ethnicity here in this country from foods from all over the world. So we have Ah. Tried to be authentic. And quality quality and authenticity and so that the and we represent home for a lot of people who are displaced, so they had this emotional content. Packed with connection with with our brand, so ah, we had in the past, for example, done some Italian pasta sauce on that didn't go over that well, but because Some great companies out there doing that. And but, you know, and that Z not authentic for us to do. Ah, Italian what we say if we do Mexican products like we like culture, or the nopal eagles and Different products that are very authentic to the Mexicans. Peruvians, you know, after 2000 Before 2000. Most of the people in this country are Latinos were from Caribbean or Mexico and after 2007 South America, Spencer, South South America. And Central America. So all these people, we all the cuisines, they're different, and it's so exciting. And then some of the best cuisine in the world. You know the Michelins, uh Are are from Peru that they're from Spain. They're from Mexico. Ah, you know, so ah, The cuisine is so fantastic. And we just have the Ah, at the same time, Michael, we we sell to the masses. We sell rice and beans We sell. So and recessions, And in these times, uh, we do well, because you know, it's a staple. It's nutritious, You know, beings have fiber. Protein, antioxidants, vital nutrients. When you combine with rice, you have a complete protein. Ah, lot of people eat rice and beans. So we're healthy and that some of the stuff we've been giving. Out to the food banks. Uh, so we're not selling lobster. We're not selling Ah, filet mignon and things like that was sung. What is basic food that is healthy and nutritious. We'll continue our conversation with Bob or non away. They CEO of Goya Foods coming up car speakers. Mark devices and earbuds from Michael's brain..

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"south south america" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"south south america" Discussed on 600 WREC

"HBO. Max, currently only has about 8.6 million subscribers. I'm Brian Sullivan and Ford is delaying the launch of its highly anticipated 2021 Bronco SUV from spring to summer of next year. Because of Corona virus related problems in the supply chain. It already has more than 150,000 reservations. Consumer and this is news. Joe McConnell, NBC news radio I Heart radio goes one on one with Luke Bryan to talk about pushing through hard times. You know, I meet a lot of people that were there going through ups and downs, and I just want people happy. You know, when you see people that are there in this world where they're in a vicious cycle of Kind of despair all the time, and you talk to him, And there's always these moments of drama almost becomes a habit of being kind of discombobulated. You know, I want people to wake up in the morning. Gotta get back to being happy. And what makes you smile and what gets you through this tough life And it's okay to buy magic. Mike wanted to keep listening to I heart radio for more Luke Bryan and all your favorite artists. Way we're talking to Goya Foods CEO Bob Hunan away. Do you think that your experience with Latin America Family members and that of of your employees. I know you have a huge Cuban contingent because I'm friends with some of them. Do you think that that informs some of your need to speak out Because a lot of folks in your position Seemed to be quietly ducking their head. But you've risen your head and said, Look, somebody's gotta lead. Somebody's gotta tell what's going on is part of that because you've seen what can happen when politics gets too radical. You know, we're all over the world where the Caribbean were in Spain. We're close to us. And you know, I never liked history until I started becoming historic myself. And so I'm 66 my history. It's like resetting your phone is great Reset. You know, they want to reset the race. All of history, not down statues and all the site uncles who served in In the battle of broads under Patton, and he would Jima and we cannot forget You know, And this this camp hope goes to celebrate and care for those people with P s. You know, with all the mental effects or, you know, psychological effects of war and the great sacrifice. We can't let the sacrifice That all these people have done and we're still grateful for their service. For not And so, yes, we're in a worldwide stage. But but, ah, I see. You know, I see some young that don't have the history and don't understand and others that do and we need to hold on to our history. Because Ah, look, look at the history in Cuba. And you know, another generation comes along and they forget what? What? What people went through. You know, the Cuban that arrives to Florida today is not the same Cuban that arrived in 1959 1960 so Uh, history so important and and, uh It keeps us from making the same mistakes over and over again, and it looks like that. Is what we're doing. How much of your production are you able to do on American soil? And is that the right number for you? Would you like to do more of that? How difficult is it to operate on American soil versus growing in for a minute? I know some of that is temperature related, and some of that is Is related to agricultural practice in other places, But would you like to do more on American soil? And how much are you doing now? The majority of our we don't produce everything we sell, and we sell for people like Nestle, Quaker and other companies. Because of our distribution goes door to door customer. The customer, not not consumer to consumer But we have factories in the Northeast Florida, Texas. We have 11 distribution locations here when Puerto Rico Dominican Republican stain But most of our production and that in fact, maybe almost a quarter of our businesses in beans the most of the beans are grown in the United States of New York, Michigan. Across the country. Is it being belt? And so that's all packed in Ah, New York in Puerto Rico and Texas. It's all you know American soil and, ah We're here in in books here. I tend, you know, connects Jacksonville sure to l A. And so it's all about. Ah, logistics. We have Amazon in front of his Costco. Wal Mart. Down the street. Ross stores is building a two million square foot. Facility, right right near us. All these big boxes on dust companies are on this corridor. So Texas 1000 people coming a day to Texas. Um, because we have a good business friendly state. No state income tax about double that amount going to Florida, Christy Nome in South Dakota's seven states. The United States that are attracting people that just Pouring out of the Northeast into Florida pouring out of California. Into into Texas in the Austin You know, the Tesla's the apples that Microsoft all these people are coming into. Ah, Texas, so we have the right environment. And, uh, that's what's keeping. Uh, this country going is is states like like Texas like like Florida and another states, But ah, so we're in the right place. What is a product line that you looked at over the years and decided not to pursue. And why didn't you pursue that? Well, you know the way have every ethnicity here in this country from foods from all over the world. So we have Ah. Tried to be authentic and quality quality and authenticity and so that the and we represent home for a lot of people who are displaced. So they had this emotional content attacked with connection with with our brand. So, uh, we had in the past, for example, done some Ah, Italian pasta sauce. Uh, and that didn't go over that well, but because ah Some great companies out there. Doing that. And, um, but you know, and that's not. It's not authentic for us to do. Ah, Italian what but we say if we do Some Mexican products like we like Coach A or the no politicos and Different products that are very authentic to the Mexicans. Peruvians, you know, after 2000 Before 2000. Most of the people in this country are Latinos were from Caribbean or Mexico and after 2007 south of Spencer, South South America..

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"south south america" Discussed on Reality Bites

Reality Bites

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"south south america" Discussed on Reality Bites

"That's why she's taken her mom. Because I think it's like okay. MOM'S GONNA. Make sure we get this figured out in the time that MOM's going to be there speaking of A. Did you notice where they're eating? Were like you can basically grill and cut your own food. I feel like that would be a liability in the United States like they wouldn't let us do that. What they're out there like you know salting their own stuff on a grill. Feel, like something well and I'm a big fan of the TV. Show the amazing race in every time that the racers they go to. It's I've seen it a couple times a challenge where you fish for your own fish, and then you give it to the the restaurant, and they cook it for you and I feel like that is a much more common lake diy experience. You Know I. Don't know how to describe it this whole like do it yourself when? When it comes to to culinary stuff, in certain parts of the world of experiential dining will call it. I was just like I. Don't know if we could do that actually. Is I so I don't even know what it's called, but it's like a they put it on a hot stone, and it's a very thin shaved beef in its raw, and you put it on the stone, and then you'll turn it over you. Cook it yourself. I've done that before. Stuff though that feels like it'd be a liability. Yeah, there was the boy from being their own little. And last, but not least. Brittany and Yeahs, and by the way we still haven't met Melissa Melissa in the guy from Texas, who we're, we're now two full episodes in and have not met this couple yet, but they are in the previews for next week. backstory probably next week. figure out what's going on. We've already come up with their own theories because we know the reason. He has to move there, isn't she? She can't come here, but it's not her fault. Something he did so. My theory is that he's already applied for K.. One visa with another foreign female and something went wrong there and that's why they won't give him another k one visa to bring her to the US always going to be a potential argument. If that's the case because she's never going to let him just forget that right, so that's my theory, but again td why. She can't come here why he has to move down to south. South America Brittany and yeah? Zan feel about this couple like I've said it all along, and she just proved my point last night. we. I check in with Yeltsin who is sitting down with his parents. His mother is so ultra, conservative and traditional and religious..

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"south south america" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"south south america" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Those death toll from cove in nineteen has surpassed that of the UK and is now second only to the United States more than nine hundred people have died in the past twenty four hours according to Brazil's health ministry taking the total number of fatalities to forty one thousand eight hundred and twenty eight the WHO's says some intensive care units in in Brazil Brazil are are at at a a critical critical stage stage having having exceeded exceeded ninety ninety percent percent of of capacity capacity because because of of the the high high number number of of covered covered nineteen nineteen patients patients saw saw South South America America correspondent correspondent Katie Watson now reports from sao Paulo another could be cool out in Brazil's biggest in the center of the content the traffic flowing to these days because of quarantine but distance is still significant in the city of twenty two million and the roadster is bad as I thought talk to Francis knows him not to and drive it to attending a woman in her nineties cave in nineteen seventy percent of that call out and now related to the virus the university hospitals emergency ward dedicated to cope with nineteen patients health services here a badly coping the patience to make it a hospital all in a sense the lucky ones and also says the same three times as many people die in combat to life before the pandemic for a nickel Mister Ford became known Ching eyes to keep enough as it and then he started all we were doing was registering that's at home people interest leap and never woke up they didn't even have a chance we can come and get them to the hospital so we can give their family we arrived and they were already dead the motion Saddam Spinoza but for me to check out this story of a topic off to every patient they clean down the anti begins and change that protective equipment his close them down the not taking any risks they've been hit pass me by this virus a colleague many in the fourth looked up to pasta way home code nineteen in April the cross town in Sampaoli's eastern suburbs one of the worst hit areas of the city the virus is all too visible I had a vague but I bought out the whole Josie tells me how fond she was of her dad and Tanya hardworking in his sixties he passed his high school exams it had long been a dream of his to finish his education until you passed away last week as did his daughter chose to Kelly admitted to hospital the same day treated next to each other in intensive care they passed away within days of each other the case they said only the family called quite believe it they thought it was just panicked by the media fast nobody they knew had had the disease the president Jaipal Singh are of course his credit and we flew something that just absolutely disagrees with Hassan also courted he said just getting to the ball three was a struggle to brief nobody's taking this seriously they say well this is family mourns on tell you and Kelly cities like sao Paulo and Rio a starting to re open this despite a thousand people dying every day at the moment it's a strategy that many people fail to understand back in the ambulance Francis finishes a cool night his children's house so he decides to swing by the fact that you can only way through the gate the psychological toll he says is the most difficult he's not hog seven year old auto for more than two months such as his fear of passing the virus on he jumped in the ambulance and turns the siren off to this little game has to make do for now the end of the evening W. auto stretches out his arms to show how much he loves Francis and then he's off this is someone

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Brazil's COVID-19 death toll becomes second-highest in the world

Freakonomics Radio

04:06 min | 2 years ago

Brazil's COVID-19 death toll becomes second-highest in the world

"Those death toll from cove in nineteen has surpassed that of the UK and is now second only to the United States more than nine hundred people have died in the past twenty four hours according to Brazil's health ministry taking the total number of fatalities to forty one thousand eight hundred and twenty eight the WHO's says some intensive care units in in Brazil Brazil are are at at a a critical critical stage stage having having exceeded exceeded ninety ninety percent percent of of capacity capacity because because of of the the high high number number of of covered covered nineteen nineteen patients patients saw saw South South America America correspondent correspondent Katie Watson now reports from sao Paulo another could be cool out in Brazil's biggest in the center of the content the traffic flowing to these days because of quarantine but distance is still significant in the city of twenty two million and the roadster is bad as I thought talk to Francis knows him not to and drive it to attending a woman in her nineties cave in nineteen seventy percent of that call out and now related to the virus the university hospitals emergency ward dedicated to cope with nineteen patients health services here a badly coping the patience to make it a hospital all in a sense the lucky ones and also says the same three times as many people die in combat to life before the pandemic for a nickel Mister Ford became known Ching eyes to keep enough as it and then he started all we were doing was registering that's at home people interest leap and never woke up they didn't even have a chance we can come and get them to the hospital so we can give their family we arrived and they were already dead the motion Saddam Spinoza but for me to check out this story of a topic off to every patient they clean down the anti begins and change that protective equipment his close them down the not taking any risks they've been hit pass me by this virus a colleague many in the fourth looked up to pasta way home code nineteen in April the cross town in Sampaoli's eastern suburbs one of the worst hit areas of the city the virus is all too visible I had a vague but I bought out the whole Josie tells me how fond she was of her dad and Tanya hardworking in his sixties he passed his high school exams it had long been a dream of his to finish his education until you passed away last week as did his daughter chose to Kelly admitted to hospital the same day treated next to each other in intensive care they passed away within days of each other the case they said only the family called quite believe it they thought it was just panicked by the media fast nobody they knew had had the disease the president Jaipal Singh are of course his credit and we flew something that just absolutely disagrees with Hassan also courted he said just getting to the ball three was a struggle to brief nobody's taking this seriously they say well this is family mourns on tell you and Kelly cities like sao Paulo and Rio a starting to re open this despite a thousand people dying every day at the moment it's a strategy that many people fail to understand back in the ambulance Francis finishes a cool night his children's house so he decides to swing by the fact that you can only way through the gate the psychological toll he says is the most difficult he's not hog seven year old auto for more than two months such as his fear of passing the virus on he jumped in the ambulance and turns the siren off to this little game has to make do for now the end of the evening W. auto stretches out his arms to show how much he loves Francis and then he's off this is someone

"south south america" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"south south america" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"I'm the only one one of my older brothers ultimately got into music, and then he started a family, so he got a regular nine to five job. He was a paralegal on now. He's an IT in now. He recently retired so now he plays Bass in a in a trio whenever they feel like on on week weekends and clubs and stuff, but my oldest brother of. Grew to be a fireman say use a firefighter now he works as a fire Marshall and hit security for a building on Park Avenue and my younger brother went into loss. He has his own law firm. And then there's me. Saying in in in dancing and stuff, okay, was it was it encouraged or was it just was because again like I said I had three brothers, and my family is from South America, so very different traditional family values of what is appropriate for a young girl to do and for young boy to do, but at the same time. I wasn't allowed to do anything unless my brothers took me. Were you first generation born and first generation American citizen Yes and your parents are. Ok Guy South South America Guyana so they came up and my mom. One day I was seven very tall, athletic, because I was playing handball. That's what you did in Brooklyn. Played Handball stickball scalise in in. Kelly. Street channel skill use Kelly's is A. Sandwich. Street pool. It's stream Paul, but you play it with with bottle tops, and you plug it and. The amount of times I got in trouble for stealing milk caps. On My grandmoms. Try Flip knowing. You would take the milk caps, and then you take. A quarter to give more weight, okay? Yes, I. Yeah, I would. I would take your spoons it, which is a no, no go out on the street. Find a grease spot. And then dig for tar of the street and put it inside the caps. Yeah, and then we scrubbed the cap on sidewalks. Go smooth..

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"south south america" Discussed on IT Visionaries

IT Visionaries

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"south south america" Discussed on IT Visionaries

"How they're going together in your role on the salesforce APP but first how did you get into technology in the first place? I grew up in the Philippines. Actually and in the mid nineties young kid The MIT Media Lab Organiz an online conference for about three thousand kids all over the world. My brother and I got invited. And this was the mid nineties so it was essentially a bunch of kids e mailing each other in that conference in the goal was to talk about the problems that our own countries had. And how technology could help solve those problems. And so coming from the Philippines at talked about income inequality thirty access to clean water and things like that But the really cool part about it was all. These kids spoke different languages right from Africa to South South America to North America and so the media lab had a auto email translation technology. So think of it as a really early version of Google translate blade that allowed me to communicate with kids from Africa and learn about their problems then. MIT chose about ninety kids from that three thousand than to go to mit for a week and spend time with their professors to look at emerging technologies and things like that so a week and MIT. Not after I go back to the Philippines I was really hooked to computer engineering and college and became an Ios and android developer and just took off from there. That's incredible what a cool story. Yeah it'd be so cool to go back and look over the transcripts from that totally and the the interesting interesting part was a lot of my exposure to technology was how it can help humans as opposed to building technology for technology's sake and and that's influenced my career from there. Yeah you've done a ton of work in healthcare specifically around designing applications locations You founded in we're CEO come to call healthcare. Love told me a little bit about that. Yeah this was when universal health care is was was a huge topic and the United States and I wanted to find a way to make to use technology. Use My expertise to help people find the right healthcare plans for them and so that was one of the things that I thought. Hey technology could really help with this space. Yeah and so funny enough You end up learning about the salesforce Million Dollar Kathan like tell me. Tell me about this. You know the funny part was we. Ah Couple of friends and I were having a barbecue in San Rafael and one of them said you guys should really join this Hackworth on and personally I I. Don't I don't like hacker cons just because it's It's kind of it's kind of a crapshoot and whether you win or not And what the judging criteria is bots I heard a lot of good things about salesforce and it was a million dollar Hackworth on so I said why not so three of US decided to look. What's what's the biggest problem that Americans have one of it is access to health care? How can we use salesforce to make that easier for them? So we built this beautiful easy to use IPAD APP that essentially used salesforce as an API for people to be able to pick the healthcare plans that are right from them based on their income level all based on their family and so on so spoken like a true developer that you don't like how cons because of the judging criteria. Yeah that's pretty great. So yeah what happened so we. We entered and no expectations at all. And then the Sunday night before dream force in two thousand thirteen we got an email from sales for saying hey show up at dream force at eight. Am Tomorrow Tomorrow. You're going to present your APP to about five hundred thousand people at reinforce and you're just going to do a demo in front of the judges and and so showed up. Had No idea what to expect. I had no idea. There's one hundred thousand people at the conference and that they closed down half of San Francisco for it Demo and forevermark benef- Parker Harris In a lot of the execs ended up actually winning first place and was was grateful for the experience. That's so cool. And so then what and then you kind of went back and and Delta company around this did you already have the company. Yeah I took a a year to see what's what we could do in the healthcare space to start a company around it but it was also one of the most humbling experience of experiences of my life on how hard it is to build and maintain and make a company successful and after.

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"south south america" Discussed on 90 and Extra Time

90 and Extra Time

05:31 min | 2 years ago

"south south america" Discussed on 90 and Extra Time

"So we have the host Team they're the winners of the twenty eighteen twenty nineteen eighteen Qatar Stars League So the first round match will be sorry that that last team from the the twenty eighteen between nineteen Outside so the first first match will have a alsaud playing against hiring gains sport in the winner of that will play Monterrey entourage in the second round and also because there's an odd number of teams so also in the second round it'll be allow. They'll play Esperance de the Tunis and then the teams from CONCACAF UEFA incomparable will come in after do that But usually these tournaments. I don't think anybody outside of South America and Europe have won it just like the World Cup is only teams from South South America and Europe have won it so I think everybody's looking forward to a flamingo. Liverpool final. Of course we'll see you know what team Liverpool ended up sending down there. I think they're going to send you know they have other games in In England like right around the same time there'd be like less than twenty four hour turnaround. So they're not GonNa do that not gonNA send. I don't think they would be eligible to do it or logistically able to do it So they're gonNA have like two separate squads odds one playing in England in one playing in this tournament and I think they're probably going to spend more put more emphasis on the club World Cup because the amount of money for the winning team is is obviously higher than I think. It's a care about cup. They have in In England at the time the conflicts inflicts with it. So you know Flamingo Flamingo. They are going to put everything into trying to win this 'cause the Europeans. I don't care about the club World Cup in its current form but the South Americans do so. I think that Flamingo is going to go all out to try to win this tournament But we'll see I mean Liverpool's a strong team I would say they are definitely one of the top three teams in the world. Right now So it'll be interesting. I don't know where I'm going to be able to or how to to watch the club World Cup So if anybody knows a website somewhere that I can go on him pay or whatever to watch it or if there's a website that's free Let me know email me on twitter. INSTAGRAM Because I'm definitely interested in trying to To Watch the CLITORAL Cup. I don't think I've ever seen a match besides the final In the Liberal Cup so I would definitely be interested in in seeing that just let me know And last but not least for the week GotTa close it out with some the FBI Dugard News so you know VC. Gershon Kinda struggling as of late but they played at home against Karlsruhe And as I mentioned on previous podcast calls was a team that Maybe twenty five to thirty minutes away from to the west of us Says it's a match even though you know they don't really play that often unless dugard falls down to the To the Second Bundesliga which they've been doing But still get one game easily. It was a three zero win. Kemp did get sent off late in the game. I'm MM for recording it. To see it had some friends and family over Setting it to watch the end of the game But it doesn't matter. It was a comfortable win so right now cigar sitting in third place in the Second Bundesliga. which is that relegation Promotion playoff spot The three points behind behind a hamburger. WHO's in first place and Armenia Bill? WHO's in second place? So in their three points clear from fourth place so you you know. They're using they're doing pretty well Obviously I'd like to see them playing some of the The teams in the legal with better than they have been Karlsruhe's not not really a strong team they never really have been Not since I've been watching football Their next game The the me on the road plan San Jose which is another team. That's not too far from from garth there. Maybe forty five minutes to an hour depending on how fast you're driving Will be next Sunday. I will absolutely absolutely definitely be watching that entire game And then the following Monday game against Nuremberg instagram so You know it's always good to have a win. I'm happy plus you know to be the team. That's relatively close to you as always a good thing so yeah with that. I'm in the show. Thank you guys for listening. Guys have a great week to enjoy some of the champions the coming up as always I would love to hear from you guys so hit me up on twitter. Dr Graham Ninety plus twitter is at ninety plus and email is mainly dot com. Thank you for listening and I'll talk to you next Monday..

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"south south america" Discussed on The Cruise Dudes Podcast

The Cruise Dudes Podcast

04:46 min | 3 years ago

"south south america" Discussed on The Cruise Dudes Podcast

"You're going to be able to go to casa mel and to another report report plus. Get all of your activity fees. Put back to your your card and i'm sure carnival is doing something all taking care of them. Dan wants to maintain your cool so let's move on all right so you know what scott what. If i had the time i would do this well. We will have the time when we retire. That's why we're doing this when we retire. We're still we're kind of moving in or easy into the retirement. Phase of our lives is yes we already know by booking cruises and and things like that but this is the ultimate crews i would say in fact viking cruises has inaugurated and identified this cruise as a ultimate world cruise is a two hundred and forty five day cruise journey spanning six continents fifty one countries and one hundred hundred eleven ports now scott yeah they just started this this cruise this weekend and this is going to be on the viking sun and it's <hes> nine hundred thirty guess nine hundred and thirty guests are on this viking and they're going on the longest ever continuous crews cruise that will circumvent the globe bring guests to some of the world's most legendary cities iconic landmarks and far flung destinations the nation's before returning to london made twenty twenty at the beginning of this journey viking will attempt to set the guinness world record for the longest this continuous passenger cruise upon the return of the vikings son to london next year an official guinness world record will will confirm the successful tip with a certificate presentation you know what can we challenge a cruise ship to put us on that not on maybe not on that one cruise line you mean a cruise line and let's beat biking or maybe we should just go on biking. I don't care what cruise line wants to do it. I'm they wanna have us on for two hundred fifty days and we will podcast all about it absolutely louis. We'll go for eight months eight months. Yeah exactly. I don't know if my wife will come with me but they'd have to fly back and forth. They would probably want again but <hes> yeah. This is gonna be crazy. It's going to go to scandinavia the caribbean south south south america then it's going to south pacific and then it will go to the coast of australia through asia than it will be returning back to the mediterranean into europe and let me tell you viking. We'll take care of all our guests because they will have included at each port call their excursion. Wait you mean they're going to get everything listen. They're going to get it's going. It'd be in their excursions at their protocols are included with the purchase of the screws and you know what they're going to get included what wifi wifi wifi yes now and they're going to get business class airfare and they're going to get all their gratuities inservice. B.'s wow wow did to this cruise. This is something that wow. I you know what this is something all inclusive crews. This is something that i think cruise lines need to start going toward to is to leave smaller ships. They give these opportunities to a you know to nine hundred people why not say okay. This is the entire cost. We're going to pick you okay. Do they pick you up from your house. That's what i want to know is the uber. Are there but i mean you're getting the airfare. You're getting port destinations. You're getting everything. Why do you want. I mean what what else do you want to know what the exact prices and i believe it's probably going to be around. I'd say i don't know what the exact prices. It's gotta be over fifty thousand. It's hassle and didn't look it up but yeah. It's gonna be a little bit of money right there. I mean they went to argentina. They're going to brazil. They're going to tasmania. Mania has made me a vietnam india. Yes egypt. That's gonna be neat. They go see the tombs and temples and everything nair. This is really going to be incredible..

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"south south america" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"south south america" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Tomorrow's W, O ARA live event. It's going to be held between noon to the cutting room in New York City, legendary FOX anchors earning. Aston Rosanna Scotto will be on hand. Moderated discussion about the news business and how it's all changed in recent years, and your questions will be welcomed, and you can win tickets to the event in a couple of minutes. W O R live is powered by tall. Order dot com now this is an interesting story. So a Connecticut man was arrested New York City airport, Sunday after returning from South America. With get this Lynn nearly three dozen small live birds, there songbirds in concealed them. In a plastic air curlers now, you know, why did this because these songbirds are worth about three thousand bucks each so we could have earned one hundred and two thousand. These Guineas finches are used for birds singing competitions in Brooklyn and queens. What? Yes, there are, there are singing competent birds, singing contests and Brooklyn queens. We need to know more about this. I know and the Guineas finches are considered to have the better voices of all of the singing birds out there Burston. No, no. Hey, that list could on the case. Birds singing competition in Brooklyn queens with these guy in he's I guess you'd say finches. And so this guy was smugglers, and bringing them in from Sally Hannah, south South America. Wow. Was coming in Guyana. Yeah. Wow. And he had them hidden in curlers, but I just a random search I you know, I don't think it was intentional going after him. But I think it was a random snow. They said jeez. The sky is bald. He's got a lot of curlers suspicious without be like Noam having curlers. These birds. Do these are huge contests were, if heard wins, it goes from being worth, like a thousand dollars to five or six thousand dollars and actually, as you were before you start doing the story, I was looking for some of their singing to hear what the. I found some at first I could've sworn this was a person singing shoe they vary. Okay. They don't do karaoke. But this is actual first of all, before you play this gnomes unbelie. Mazing U, N -ticipant in what we were going to do this story came up with audio he had the facts may very impressive. Joe? Yeah. Hanley scolding bad. Okay. We're. No. J. O. K E, not check our sense of humor at the door. She forgot your idea today glasses. You also forget. Sit in her person. Here's here's one of the birds. That's one a context..

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"south south america" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"south south america" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Have time to figure out what's going on. And I said, well, I don't have any details about what's going on with this, baby. Maybe something's going on maybe earthquake earthquakes again. I said, yeah. Earthquakes, we had one of New Zealand. We had one achie- lay. We've got another one in Cleveland. Cleveland's having earthquakes Cleveland Ohio to the second one. And then you know it's just a crazy time to be alive. Oh. And also. Blackout happened in South America. I was I was looking at my phone. You're not when you get the. Breaking news thing. Well, I got breaking news alert fed blackout in Buenos. Aires. Blackout an autograph parts of Parkway. I'm thinking, okay, well, what's going on there? It's weird. Maybe there's gonna be another earthquake this time Argentina. And again, I didn't have any time to read about what happened. I was a bit worried though, because, you know, when you hear about, you know, stuff that goes on in South America, you wonder if it's going to happen here, but I know in Venezuela had their blackout, I remember did a whole show and I said, hey, you know, they have a blackout imagine how they're living in Venezuela right now match. What have we had a blackout here in the United States? Well Argentina's, a different thing because I, I lived there, I used to live there. And I know how it'd be especially now because I mean it's just barely turning into winter there. So it's gonna be cold. Yeah. In Argentina, South South America. You know that the where it's worse position they temperate,.

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"south south america" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"south south america" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Get picture one. Chris promise promise to give you a veteran. From it. In the in the in the main interpretation of law. You are not the light to something that I was not agreed. So even going to receive it. The government is still not real. My chest or whatever it is going on right now. Because tomorrow all the defense and all the people being called by the opposition to the to see if we laugh. Loyd. Meets the office. So wait so tomorrow, you said people are going to gather near his office. Yes. Yes. Because what happened already depends? Pretend to four in the meal period. And then tire nations in not been tired. It's still is believe Nicaragua. The rest are. Offer baiter off out there. The office. They're considering I couldn't quite make what you said there the other countries in south South America are considering what? They're not getting anything office for the. He's not the president. Okay. Right. Right. Yeah. I remember seeing a headline that I think it was Brazil had said that Bill. Breath. Why the United States that Mexico? Would this thing they're not into it right now for the European Union? And well today this warning the brisk personnel for the United States either. Ward. Featuring. Affecting one way, though, the person of the national assembly the congress. So basically, you've got a bunch of outside political forces who are saying we don't recognize this terms next term of Madero who listeners who aren't familiar Madero was Hugo Chavez right hand man, while was in charge down there. And then when he passed away Madero took over, and he's been there ever since through a revaluation of the currency, which is that that whole thing's been an absolute nightmare. Roberto. Can.

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"south south america" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"south south america" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Last year half as many cancer deaths peaked in nineteen ninety one in two thousand eighteen twenty seven percent decline. An all time low in the nineteen fifties most humans on this planet. A majority of all people lived in extreme poverty, the United Nations defines extreme poverty as living on less than two dollars a day. And in the nineteen fifties. Half of all humans lived that way. Today, it's less than ten percent of the world's population. And let me ask you this question, you tell me what percent of the world's children have been vaccinated all the children all around the world. I don't just mean in the US and in western Europe. I mean, all the kids all around the world take into consideration eastern Europe Africa south. South America Asia. India the Middle East tell me what percentage of the world's one year olds have been vaccinated. Eighty six percent have been vaccinated against diphtheria tetanus and processes eighty six percent. You know what? Twenty eighteen was the best year in human history. We have a long way to go. We have a lot of improvements that are necessary. But can we quit the pity party? Can we stop the sob stories of focusing so much on the negatives of how terrible things are because you know, what things are pretty darn good? And they're going to get even better. I'm Rick Edelman. You're listening to the Rick element show excited to tell you that our new children's book, the squirrel manifesto has just received two really good book reviews. The midwest book review wrote, it's delightfully entertaining. While teaching a critically important skill that will benefit children the rest of their lives. The squirrel manifesto is an specially and unreservedly. Recommended addition to family preschool elementary school and community library collections and Finland for the kids wrote the beautifully illustrated book is the kind you would want to read to a very young child at bedtime. All the while stealthily building their financial competence possibly before. They can even read I'm RIC Edelman, and that's our new children's book, the squirrel manifesto available at Amazon dot com and your favorite bookseller. Stay tuned for more here.

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