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Suarez shutout, Harper HR, Phils win 5th in row, top Pirates
"Rangers far as pitched a four hit shutout while striking out seven is the Phillies beat the pirates three nothing swaras scattered four singles and allowed no walks in his first career complete game he needed just ninety seven pitches after never going more than six and two thirds innings in a previous start Bryce Harper hit his thirty fourth home run and Manveer ling his first major league round tripper both coming in the third inning of Philadelphia's fifth win in a row Brad Miller added an RBI hit in the fifth inning to give swore as an insurance run and help the Phils keep pressure on the Braves in the NL east race I'm the ferry
"suarez" Discussed on ESPN FC
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"suarez" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Is going to be. And so you make the decision. According to that if coleman is not plenty of your future then you get rid of them and you take the losses As as you as you do and now you just kind of bank on making a decision that sets you up for the future and trust at this decision that you make is that correct one. What cannot happen and i think this is the bar that that i agree with. Dole's is that this cloak cannot fall. Biz down this far down the ladder and i recognize that the players again. There's a limited amount of talent out there on the field but he has to be better than gonna. It has to be better than going to add home to be sort of hanging on against and hoping that that just crosses blind crossing to boggs and steve talking about getting the enervate men. It is a stark contrast to what we all think. Barcelona is all about and we all have come to appreciate. What barcelona dawson the feel because of the precise passing the movement with the ball without the ball that their ability to find passes between lines little threw balls those little gaps. All signed that triangles. None of that is happening regardless of what players out there on the field now i. It's much easier when you have shabby messy absolutely but the identity of the club is no longer there and so this was a desperate call by saying look. We're not gonna get anything out of this game unless we do this. And if that's the reality of barcelona man what a sad reality that is what chance of getting an established. Why why would why would you bet so mountainous for example reputation on the lane to take over a club. The clearly is in the huge hole financially and who on the field. We'll talk about the potential of all these young players. But that's all. I is so is is roberto mancini need take that job and if you don't this a huge gamble shabby john. J t. Here's a question i would ask you. Tv that that and and this is anonymous question. Would you rather have a barcelona team. That does what they did against the last twenty minutes and grind your way through the season or would you just take your losses and say you know what this year. It's going to be a struggle but we're going to stay true to who we are. And that's i think the decision that barcelona has to make us a club you go try and find the person who e can handle it and be. Who's gonna train. Who may tatum forward. I don't think that chevy is too big kills. You said chevy. Why would he want to take it now because one because they him too because luckily say this season could be enough. I mean he's still very early but as the could be no pressure at the end they will finish four the minor league but they would finish four and chubby can come in and say okay. What we what we've seen in the last eighteen month was not was no what we all about. This is what we do. We're going to do what we used to do. And young players can do it and it might not work out where it might be a bit more difficult to implement of dna and all those methods and the methodology that chubby. Ha's which is the same as the boss. Of course we'd less talent on the pitch. At least you lovin idea. You love the dna the identity of your club back and he might know works for your way but at least you would try and you will show much better stuff than what we saw against granada and the games this season and those kids will learn telling me now why is pitcher. Learning from kumon nothing. Why is learning learning nothing. Toward at least charlie comes on and say look. This is what we're gonna do. This is how we play from. The this is how we can do overload. This open triangles. Because it doesn't do any of that. And i would rather take that gamble and if i was your i would take the gamble and said you know what there's no will go and teach them and try to build something than what we've seen so far as as a young player you'll learn more from the expedient guys around on the field plan then you do it from your core to your manager. Some eight pedri. Who's go other kids around them. How is that gonna bring his game along. You know the guys the guys like pk. Who are not capable of performing at that level anymore. Who is not gonna help. Hedri you know pedrick going into bacelona of six or seven years ago would have been pefect but right now. He's got he's got the team on his shoulders and he's land and he's trade. How is he going to get when he's a bunch of kids. Learn them as well going home. Well let's take a look at league table shall away.
"suarez" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Chains that he failed. I bought alone because of the pressure because of the presence of messy whatever the excuse whatever the recent maybe be and now he's going back to marie where he was really really truly successful and then you see the performances and it's not just one it's not just to you you see it time and time again and now what truly scary for on congressman and from his perspective is that now you're expecting performances now when you see him out there you like yeah. That's the way he's been playing so again. The scary part is when he takes shot on goal. You're like hey hey took shot on goal very is very is or when you seen with france then you ask the question. Why senior playing like this for his club. You stretching the on gobert. Well i know. I know i i the point being is that you. You get surprised that he's actually have an impact on the game. Even if it's joe's minimal and beg you're like oh there he is. We hadn't seen him at all that cannot be the standard for ingredient or for a player that again so much was expected of him breath though they did actually win right joel's and they've got luis suarez if they do need taken out of a hole going forward. That's why i guess the soil you take away from this game because again the performance was not good enough and he has not been good enough since the style of this season. Even if the top got right now it's not good enough. I'm sorry with the board the players they have this much better than that and again we saw tonight was ride. The turning point is the red card without the red cards. I really don't think they win. The game after the red card accepted easier and again what we can give credit to simone. It is the substitution. Because both moso who came on the soccer who came on provided the assist for suarez. So that worked. And we've seen it again. The spaniard game again he substitutions worked is coaching. Okay but there will be a time without doesn't work anymore you've great depths in your squad and can come on and dictate the game food but there will be with us enough and i think with the board. They're so far away from being being a functional team so dysfunctional with the board. Because as we've been saying there's no structure really going forward. There's no patterns of play. We don't really show each formation today again before going back to what he been doing before and it's working so i think there's a lot of work to be done and i guess the best thing for them is that the other team was suddenly boston up up to the level so that might be okay and again but they will have to work much better with the ball at barcelona have their own troubles. We madrid having to have comeback wins. Who's favorites right now. Well i guess you'd.
"suarez" Discussed on Latino USA
"This is where i'd like to bring alissa quart executive director of the economic hardship reporting project into the conversation. Elissa you know a thing or two about this landscape. The one i found myself in yes absolutely and if it can happen to you. You're obviously on a legendary public broadcaster. It can happen to anyone. Any journalist the let's parse out what happened to you because there are several interlocking strands or paradigm. That need this happen. One of them is what we call. Nowadays in some circles the media extinction event which is just the reduction of independent reporters and staff reporters in this country. Starting in the late nineties early knots and and accelerating now in the pandemic and just like the dinosaurs when we looked up and saw the comet. We just didn't nothing was coming for us. Newspapers go to the graveyard. Monthly more and more magazines have actually reincorporated as not for profit entities when you think about this massive ever flowing river of content. It's actually made by fewer fulltime employees. Then worked in the business twenty years ago. So we're doing more with fewer people. There is more built in precarity. There is a greater built in expectation that you won't be able to do this as a way of life as a living from the beginning of your career all the way to the end. It's a tough time and especially a tough time to hang on when bosses are looking every moment at the bottom line or something like twenty seven thousand journalists lost their jobs and these are people actually had jobs during the pandemic period and that was something like a forty five percent shrinkage of newsrooms between two thousand five and two thousand fourteen. So this layer layer. And you know before you start saying all this is we're media types. Mooning about other media types some of this is also just about age. In general. And i reported that squeezed. I've found that older folks who are being pushed out of the job market often little older folks try to retrain spending a lot on certificate programs colleges graduate schools and still not making more or not getting another job and then also paying for their kids education. So that's something i saw a lot of. And that's why we have something like one point seven trillion student loan debt with seventeen percent of it belonging to people over fifty years old. The numbers are shocking. And you know when college has gone up both on the public side and on the private side something like a thousand percent over the last thirty years and urine that generational squeeze where you're also looking out for elderly parents trying to prepare for your own retirement and now on the hook for your own kids college debt if not as you mentioned For the retraining and upskilling that you paid out of your own pocket to do and right now is paying much in the way of dividends. It's a terrible situation for older workers. So people lose jobs that furlough. They lose what i called. They lose the narrative of their lives as well right. There's an existential dimension and then you can add illness onto it. You can add disability onto it in your case you got sick know and that was one of those moments where you really start to think wow the compounding of my troubles will. Maybe i really am done. I mean done for my career but also done in a much more in much more existential way. I'm fine now. And i'm doing well physically and in very good shape but those moments dent you scratch you up a beat you up in ways that are hard to assess once it's all over so okay so you're still looking for work so this is a moment says a juncture that we could start thinking what are real solutions will listen if you think about it so many of the protections that we say we build around. The individual citizen are either directly tied to employment or in practice heavily embedded in employment whether it's going on disability or collecting unemployment insurance or Paying into a company. Health insurance plan Many employee benefits packages even include life insurance That often of operates as a multiple of your annual income. So at least there's some cushion for your family if you die. But all of these things are associated with employment. Now it's not that they're impossible to acquire if you're self employed. It's not that they are impossible to buy on the open market. It's just that some of the market devices that we use to make the numbers work to keep you solvent and keep you earning a living and also keep you providing these protections for yourself come through regular employment foreign employer in our field journalism. One thing. I think that would be great. That's coming back into. Vogue is a federal writers project. Originally that was a program of the wpa in nineteen thirty five part of the new deal response to the great depression. You're listening to the takeaway. I'm sarah gwen. Silas in pretending vega earlier this month. Congressman ted lieu of california introduced a bill that would create a twenty first century. Federal writers project inspired by the federal writers project. The original federal writers project supported some seven thousand writers editors researchers and they did oral histories. A my name is zora. Neale hurston and i'm going to sing a gambling song that i collected at both florida term time in our field. This is how we do a bail out of the journalism industry. Another workshops are unionizing. So i don't go more than a couple of weeks at a time without seeing a new newsroom that has formed an association is now affiliating with a larger union sometimes in a different industry altogether now. This isn't some shabby regional production of waiting for lefty. This is a people getting together to speak to their employers with a unified voice but also to be able to acquire some of these benefits. That i've been talking about in an organized pooled way which as an individual contractor. It's just really hard so it makes all the sense in the world. If you are a journalist to join one of these new unions so how does this change you. How you think about being being a middle class person in about the american about the stories you wrote. Did people right back to you. Ray road of very searing first-person piece in the washington post about what happened to him after he lost his job. And what's happening to journalists in general and it went very viral. So i wonder like did people you knew come out of the woodwork. And say this as me or what was the response. The response was fascinating. It was like a macro rohrschack plot. Where i got back sympathetic responses. I got back a lovely notes from people who would enjoy my work and valued my work over the on radio. Television people have read my books and angry. Invective filled judgmental letters from people who were clearly some of the walking wounded. Some of the fellow disappointed Some of the people who were suffering some of these same downdraft drafts who couldn't find it in themselves to be at all sympathetic and and instead assumed that a lot of this was a problem of my own making. This is part of this culture. Blame me for trying to find a solution. Ray that's not just policy but is around messaging and the ways that people think about themselves and narratives they tell about themselves in this country. I think one of the most toxic ones when we need to. Psa's whole campaigns about against bootstrapping against this idea that everybody's to blame for their own economic condition. That i mean. This is the towns and cities in this country. Don't have garbage pickup. Unless you hire a company. I mean the infrastructure's so tattered and yet there's this narrative that we're all supposed to be doing very well and financially is how we're measuring that on our own without any assistance from our government and i think to me what are the biggest solutions would be serious campaign against that to open people's eyes to the way that we've been conditioned to not think of our quality of life to blame each other to blame ourselves and to not really help each other and what i'm hoping is the legacy of the pandemic will be more mutual aids and more workers.
"suarez" Discussed on Latino USA
"Getting sick brought in a dark second front. You know when you're walking along and you look at one side of the sky and it's brian and the sun is up and you can see blue and then you turn around and it's totally black in the other direction. You know. something terrible is moving in well. Getting sick on top of already struggling to find work meant that every part of the sky that i looked in was black. It's funny the way the two things. The career decline and the illness spoke to each other. They affected me in different ways and yet they were interrelated. They had a dialogue. The self and the body had a long conversation. As i sat chemo mode out on the couch unable to do very much. I hardly told anybody. I was very selective about who i told. I had cancer. Because i was really afraid. Given the ages and the dismissal. I've already encountered that. Employers would really steer clear. I was still years away from medicare. I'm still years away from when i plan to take social security. I'm still years from what i wanted to tap into my retirement savings and i couldn't work. Thank god. I paid off the house. We could still live a bit of our old lives. My wife and i as we figured out what the next life was going to be like. And.
"suarez" Discussed on Latino USA
"Anything was going to become of us. I went on and had my career. The other guy did not flourish and prosper in the news business. He ended up suing the network and getting a sizable settlement for failure to hire and promote and the use that money to go to law school and ended up doing labor law. New york was terrible economic decline during my formative years and then built in a wariness about unemployment about job insecurity. Whatever the market conditions. I figured i needed to work. I needed to be sure. I could support my family before it was the norm. I worked in multiple media simultaneously. Tv radio print. So i could always have a job for decades. It worked steadily climbed the greasy pole on china to cooperate. Ray suarez report from the talks in copenhagen denmark. When secretary of state clinton arrived in copenhagen. Today she said the us wanted to read your with two top journalists. Ray suarez host of al jazeera america's daily news program in twenty sixteen in my late fifties. I was finally hosting my own. Tv show pre exposure prophylaxis and preventing the spread of h inking terrific. Mind working with a great crew on great set and hoping to be on the air for a long time my employer. Al jazeera america. That caused went out of business a calamitous collapse into an ocean of reading aljazeera. america has announced that they're shutting down in april. The news came rather abruptly at an all staff meeting the channel and for the first time in over thirty years i was out of work. I wasn't worried i'd been at the. Pbs newshour for fourteen years. I'd hosted a hit national radio show for six and a half years before that. I'd written three critically acclaimed books. I thought well. I'll find something but then came the reality of too many unaccepted phone calls too many slam doors too much disingenuousness from too many people who said oh. Don't worry you'll find something. What are you have to worry about and then wouldn't talk to me. It was a tough year after that. But you know in a funny way. I just thought having covered workforce issues having covered unemployment. One of the rules of thumb was the higher your salary. The longer it takes to find a new job. I was completely aware was unlikely. I would get a job at my old pay. I live below my means for a long time in order to prepare for retirement and get my kids through college so it was second nature. The warning said it was going to take a long time. And that was okay. You're not going to make the money you did before. And that's okay too even with my clear eyed view of what to expect. Nothing prepared me for what really happened. I couldn't get arrested in the grim and graphic saying of my childhood neighborhood. Nobody would piss on me. If i was on fire and i was stunned and slowly realized how much of a handicap age was going to be. My experience didn't matter. My knowledge didn't matter. Even the good reputation i had built over decades didn't matter and it didn't hit me all at once. Like a thunderbolt. It was more like a slow motion collapse. once you realize it's a pretty profound shock and remembered. This is at a time when everyone in journalism was saying we have to diversify. We have to find people of different backgrounds to work in our newsroom. And probably one of the best known national latino. Broadcasters working in english language in the united states was available for anything open to new things. None.
"suarez" Discussed on Latino USA
"Never thought i would be telling a story of financial insecurity or job loss but here i am. I'm going to tell you about how the wheels came off my career in my late fifties and why and talk about what we can do as a society to make sure. Older workers aren't pushed into precariousness. I've been a journalist of one kind or another all of my adult life. Radio television books newspapers race. Juarez has the second in our new serious risks. Juarez is the host of the npr interview and phone in program. Talk of the nation. Friday morning brought a new barrage of shelling in the city of homes. And i wanted to be a reporter. Since i was a kid. I grew up in an aging and not very well maintained apartment building in brooklyn. The heat was dodgy in the winter. The windows were crap. We had a great intact nurturing wonderful family but materially. we weren't any great shakes. We did okay. I didn't miss any meals but it wasn't great. Becoming a reporter seemed like one way of getting out and it worked one fly in the ointment. Was that even in new york. When i was growing. Up in the sixties and seventies very few puerto ricans made it into mainstream media. There were few people. I could look to and say well see. There's that guy so i could do this. One exception for three decades is a street. Reporter was jj gonzalez. Wcbs helped more of that enthusiasm cry.
"suarez" Discussed on Latino USA
"Which is a new series from the economic hardship reporting project and the nation. And it's about americans on the edge so the following preview episode features fame journalist. Ray suarez who tells us shocking story of how his illustrious career fell apart in middle age it revealed a ray firsthand the crisis facing older workers and also gave him insights into how to fix our condition. So here is ray suarez. His story from the going for broke podcast series which will premiere in october. So check it out. Thanks from the economic hardship reporting project and the nation. This is going for broke. I'm ray suarez. This series comes from a very basic idea that in the united states when we talk about poverty when we talk about economic struggle poor people people on the margins people not succeeding in the modern economy. Those people are talked about but very rarely get the chance to talk for themselves. Here on going for broke they. Do we bring you stories of americans living on the edge and now it's my turn. It feels funny sing because reporters shy away from making themselves the story and frankly i.
Galvis, Suarez Lead Phillies Over Arizona for 3rd Win in Row
"The Phillies won their third in a row with Freddy Galvis collected three RBIs in the seven four down into the Diamondbacks manager Joe Girardi says Galvis broke it open with his two run single in the fifth inning it was big you know they gave us the five to one lead and you know I thought that was a really big yet Rafael marshon a Travis Jankowski hit back to back RBI triples to back ranger Suarez who allowed just one run over five in the third Suarez is one on one with a two point oh three ERA in six starts since leaving the closer's role to solidify the back into the rotation Bryce Harper Jean Segura and marshon each had two hits for the Phillies who remain for half games behind the NL east leading Braves I'm the ferry
Farmer Sparks Reds Comeback for 6-5 Win Over Cardinals
"Tyler Stephenson sacrifice fly in the eighth inning steps up bye bye tied the rates going to beat the cardinals in the opening game of a three game series six to five in Cincinnati with one out just trying to find something to hit elevated enough to just sit in the air obviously I'd be fine with striking out and not didn't double play just give Joe a shot and luckily it paid off Joey Votto goes three for five with a pair of RBIs while cal farmer goes three for four with a solo home run in a you had your Suarez drives in a run for the Reds who will the game and a half ahead of the Redbirds incident second place in the AL central six and a half games behind first place Milwaukee Paul Goldschmidt and here's a bigger hit home runs for St Louis I'm Mike Reeves
"suarez" Discussed on Some Would Play
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"suarez" Discussed on Some Would Play
"I didn't know now. I know we're going to change the name and i'm like yeah no better do better. I love it. I love that dude. He's also super sexy but thank you. He is missing aside from that. You know nicki menaj was like that's not cool. It's slavery and he was like my bad. We're going to change the name like it's so easy. That's i gotta do. Is people be like this offends me and you'll be like. Oh well. I don't wanna offend you. So we'll change the name right because it's rum everybody'll drake who gives a fuck mullet to me. That's just common sense rather than awake. Oh how like. How dare you not let me have my own opinion. Just the buck and flag in the sand. And they're like you know what that's the name i chose and i love that name and fuck you. It's not offensive. You're being sensitive. But instead he was like oh i wanna offend people just change the name right cares what it's called age full of names. Let me just cross. This went off the list and go down to the next one. He's like calling his partners. Like apparently that names no good. You guys Changes something else. It's not awful. Maybe look into the name next time. Thanks appreciate it. Sucks for me. Everyone hates me for all of two seconds then. I was like cool. I'll change it and everyone's like we love you again. Thank you everyone. I appreciate your love and support. I love he's great. Never sat will be michael jordan diplomat. Damn are you guys. Ready for your july fifteenth child credit payments or. Did you guys opt out on that. Now we're accepting because come mid august like my income's going to plummet. I'm accepting it. Also what happened here. I'm using the money to take the boys on a dentist. Oh you saw you saw the postmaster for the purpose of childcare joe. That's exactly where that money's going for the fresh pay for preschool. I fucked up somewhere because whereas you fucked up in my notes. I have last episodes episode thirty nine but it was definitely forty. Oh Where did i mess it up in a bed way somewhere so secret test. We have one who can figure out my notes for mad. I jeopar- four the number of the episode man. I don't think. I messed it up in our releases but somehow inherited up forty three episodes ago bird. I haven't i messed this up. Was it the side class. Buddy i was. I was like i was even hesitant about even saying i'm like that's all no. We only recorded one episode. One night was that was the side quest. Wasn't it just decide quest. And then so this last episode today you numbered it episode. Thirty eight the episode that you release last la number thirty nine. Oh what rico windsor super-secret fuck man hold on now. How did i thought this up. Oh no sorry. That was a preview. Sorry the last one number thirty nine which was our versus pat and jelly versus aries and forty as jelly. But in my book here. I've already versus julius thirty nine. Oh so you just messed up. The numbering in your notes episodes are numbered correctly but there was it was a We'd have to side quest episodes. I don't understand. I know we recorded one episode. One time was like a fifth saturday or whatever it may be generated in common..
El Salvador President Wants Bitcoin as Legal Tender
"El Salvador's president calls for bitcoin to become legal tender at a conference in Miami which could make it the first country to do so in a video message to conference attendees posted to his Twitter feed naive but Kelly says he's sending legislation to the country's Congress which his party controls that would make big coin legal in El Salvador where he says seventy percent of the population does not have a bank account and the U. S. dollar is the official currency this will generate jobs and help provide financial inclusion two thousand south of the formal economy average was opened by Miami mayor Francis Suarez who calls his city the capital of big goin with proposals to pay employees that way and let residents pay fees and taxes in bitcoin the days of a currency being tethered to a central banks are coming to an end he says well there are issues to be worked out in the end he's confident it's a movement not a moment I'm Julie Walker
Herrera Wins LaLiga
"What a weekend we are coming off in europe. Plenty of hardware handed out and plenty of players from this region now have league winners medals dangling around their necks. Let's start in spain lollygag. What a title race. This was the very very jump back and forth. They went back and forth. They went in the end. Athletico madrid are your champions of spain. They do so thanks to a two one win over by other lead on the weekend holding off real madrid in the process. Eco didn't start but that's no surprise husband. Starting much of late. He did enter in the eighty fifth minutes. It was on the field. Is that the won. This title no surprise for anyone who's been following this title race. All season long luis suarez of course of course scored the goal that ends up getting outlet the title but as far executive reta concerned. Her it's pretty significant. He didn't start but he was on the field in the most important moments of the season here for diesel semi so clearly has faith in era. When it comes to the big moment it may not be the mexican national team fans want from it that let the it may not be the role. That judge wants athletic. Buddy has a significant role. In what is now the league champions of spain.
Suarez Seals Atletico Title
"They made their fans sweat once again. Of course they were down at the half but in the end it's the man and the moment the man who is being the difference this season. Fool them newest suarez. Who gets the winning goal and of all the things that we have seen in the league this season. This is the one thing that we knew for certain. This is the one thing that you know. What if you wanna bet the house on a go ahead and do that. This was not going to be for athletic. Might eat simply because it's what they do. It's who they are. This struggle for them seems to be a place of comfort and so we saw a team in the first half that was passive a little nervous. I let in between do we go on press. Do we really come in number four we to get stretched because oh by the way when we did get straight we went up on a piece and now the sun we can defend and by these just going into the corner by themselves score a goal that would have put any other team in a very stressful position as they were like. Hey this is it. We're home baby. This is where it feels comfortable where we now have to call him from behind and if there was ever a sequence of play
Cincinnati Reds Lose to the San Francisco Giants
"Reds lose the giant 63 since he dug a five Nothing hold that they just couldn't get out of Tyler in a queen and a U N your Suarez with a thinning back to back homers in the loss,
COVID-19: What Will It Take to Vaccinate the World?
"Americans can anticipate a time when all of us have access to a vaccine. Poor nations aren't so lucky. You might be thinking Well, that doesn't affect me. But if the virus spreads unchecked in billions of people who don't get vaccinated this year, you can bet it will mutate Ah lot and then it becomes just a matter of time before our vaccines are less effective. Earlier this month, Secretary of State Antony Blinken spelled it out. Even if we vaccinate all 332 million people, the United States tomorrow way would still not be fully safe from the virus. Not while it's still replicating around the world and turning into new variants. That could easily come here and spread across our communities again. The world has to come together to bring the covert pandemic to an end everywhere. So this week we look at the race to vaccinate a planet of 7.9 billion people. Ray Suarez takes it from here. Vaccinating a majority of people in every country on Earth is a daunting challenge. So the international community has cobbled together a radical solution. Kovacs is an initiative led by the World Health Organization, along with other global health partnerships. Today, it's working with almost every country in the world, so called mixes an unprecedented global effort. Gothic sub brings together 191 economies that together account for more than 90% of the world's population. That's un rather Gupta. I spoke with her over zoom. She used to be the director of one of the largest public health programs in the world. The National Health Mission of India. Now Gupta is based in Geneva, and she's taken on an even bigger job as deputy CEO of Gavi, the vaccine alliance. It's one of the health organizations helping to take the lead on Kovacs.
Preece to return in a Modified at another Virginia track
"The nas car wheel and modified tour returns to the martinsville speedway in virginia for the first time since two thousand ten this thursday night forty cars around the entry list from the most recent champions koby and justin bonsignore to current nascar cup. Series driver ryan preece. Who says he appreciates the opportunity to continue to drive the modified 's when not in a cup car for sure right as a racer. Your your ultimate goal is to get to the cup series. That's that's you know that's where it is. That's where you want to be but at the same time. I know where my roots are. I know where. I've cut my teeth. I know where. I put many hours in the race shop to go and win races and i enjoyed racing these race cars. I i know i know quite a bit of autumn and i there are. There are a lot of fun to race so i obviously enjoyed doing it for sure. Priests one a southern modified race at south. Boston speedway in virginia over the weekend and is the early favorite on thursday night
"suarez" Discussed on Kris Soutar's Tennis Journal
"But he's got man flu and he said you know it's it's even worse because i'm actually acting like a man with man. Flew like taking the mickey himself. And i said sarcastically back. I was like yeah. No own. Mothers have to do is lukavizta. Children run a house work as well quite often. Pay all the bills. Do all the schooling stuff etcetera. We've got so difficult compared to them being sarcastic. So did you have any other moments where you were struggling to balance the work and the being a mother. Yeah i mean at that point. It was if it was sick or something Nursery was me. Hats Obviously the content was just an expectation in my husband's in a full-time joke. He's trying to defend his career and stuff. So kind of. I guess you get that feeding where My career doesn't match so much consecutive these things. Because i'm the mom. Mrs expected of me so yet that that was touted What was even more of a challenge is pregnant on the h. g. started again and it started earlier so had to disclose my pregnancy quite early on to my my manages. And i go i got it was to the I couldn't drive into what can even sit in the room because his if the coffee machine when i have to leave in be sick so they let me what face wet from home. Because i had to When i've been pregnant had to go medication but on neo-nazi anything that kind of alleviates it and it's quite hauch medications. It makes you feel sleepy. So i basically got written off work for like two three weeks oversee than managing told learn trying to take her to mastery. We had how smooth as well. We'll house in another part of manchester. Is that kind of that. Trying to manage that while being horrifically sick and yeah that that was the roach edgy. One of my motivation for doing this. Podcast was i remember having to assess a presentation on a level three course about four years ago a mother who had been a journalist and had.
"suarez" Discussed on Kris Soutar's Tennis Journal
"I had some absolutely shocking advice. The main thing that my careers advisers wanted to achieve was for me not to follow this crazy dream that i had of tennis and so they threw the kitchen sink at me. And this'll make you laugh. I remember very filling out a form that went into computer. Now this is one thousand nine hundred ninety so this is computers with size my house and the fill this form in the pre dates into the computer and spat out what we'd be a great career or me right now. I can clearly remember one of the questions being. Do you like animals. And my answer was no and one of the careers thing that came out of this amazing computer program was the i should be zookeeper beverages bursting laughing in life. Who was the head of my house. And i'm one of the questions was do you like animals and i said no and i'm going to be a zookeeper and the actually tried to set me up with work experience in like they actually tried to get me and i had to. I had to cancel the the day of a pet shop assistant or wherever experience. So enemy of coming up with all the embarrassing stories in recent podcast. So the so you've done sports science and did you keep your hand in with tennis coaching. Well you were doing that. At this point. I hadn't done any coaching levels or anything Lead his cool so godwin defended equivalent back later so once i once i complete my degree basically in my final year. I'd grady took a took a real interest in psychology sociology stuff. I ended up being my dissertation on the the effect of Check this out the negative self talk on the performance of junior tennis players Experience of matches. I absolutely loved it. You know doing in a stephanie. Already loved Soda coup nature of these experiments and seeing the results in analyzing the results in stuff i ended up Good level degree. And then. I really wanted to study psychology pastas again. Still very much nece infancy donate university miami. That did it with brunell who will at the time off rivals if the university then like we had to have some sort of experience and coaching or being in the world of spook full than What do i do. Like where do i come from. Hit said that. I decided to do the leaving university Luckily they were running one at westwood. So i kind of always had my shoe in with swagger Times hit with people that are I was living at higher It was also quite likely to me. and yeah. I just got caught up with coaching and didn't end up to monsters. What what would the conclusions of your dissertation. Can you remember for the main things were i think it was. It was miceli negligible..
"suarez" Discussed on Kris Soutar's Tennis Journal
"My tennis journal. Podcast is ladder as neves pronounced it. Right didn't intro. So how you doing letter. I'm alright yeah just hanging in there. And i was just crazy year. Being for you in kovic Do well it's been a challenge. Obviously as a as a mom at hardwood take kids. I also trying to start a business actually also having a a move into technically international from ghanzi to the uk and yet you know obviously with the back and forth with schools opening and closing. It's been tough on the kids and yet as a mom just trying to trying to keep that. Going unforeseen Tennis in a slight slight veering towards normality this week. Yes it's another normal to get used. Civilly net were so. Let me get this right. So in the year of couva dhs or video different reasons you decided to start a new business and move from guernsey to mainland uk punishment..
Justin Marks had a great Cup Series race on Monday
"Justin. Marx's on he is the team owner of daniel suarez number nine cup series car that led fifty eight laps on monday and ultimately finished fourth despite daniel saying he had no idea how to race on dirt after the race. Yeah i mean it was great. I was not there unfortunately out of conflict. I couldn't move for monday. So that was a heartbreaker but i was. I was hanging onto every every lap on my phone tv communicating with the guys during the race. So yeah i mean it was. It was a great day for our team. It really was. I mean we we have. We believe that we're capable of doing great things in this order and it comes down to just trying to prepare as best. We can weaken and week out making sure that we we all rally behind. Daniel give him a piece of equipment capable of exposing his talent his ability to the best possible possible level. So i think we did that yesterday. I i think nobody really knew what to expect. Going into this race but I know that we kind of relished in the fact that we could you know sort of leave our computers in the truck and kind of go racing old school and and you know look at tires and communicate with daniel and just kind of look at the race track and and make changes on the fly. I think the guy's really relished that lead in the bat and enjoyed that but it was really really really nice to watch. It's just nice nice for guys and a lot of confidence with big confidence builder for the guys and a special day.
Mayor Warns Crowds to Stay Away from City of Miami Following South Beach Chaos
"Miami Beach chases away rowdy spring breakers. The mayor of neighboring Miami, Francis Suarez Suarez says says his his city city has has prepared prepared we're we're telling telling our our residents residents About About the the consequences consequences of of some some of of the the decisions decisions in in my my movies movies that that we we are are ready. ready. We We wanna wanna warn warn those those who who are are not not coming. We're not in the city are not necessarily from the city who maybe have been in my piece of the kind of behavior we're seeing. My which is not going to tolerate in the city of light since spring break began in February, Miami Beach Police have made more than 1000 arrests.
Extra police dispatched in Miami to control spring break crowds
"Patrolling the streets of Miami as the area prepares for spring break crowds. At a news conference Friday, Miami Mayor Francis Suarez warned that rowdy crowds and lawlessness would not be tolerated. Deputy Chief Ronald Pas Pierre says if you are here to vacation and create memories than you're welcome, however, we're not gonna tolerate any disorder. If you wanna come over here, too. Those Those problems problems to to damage damage property. property. We We will will be be enforcing enforcing the the law law and and we we will will be be holding holding people people accountable. accountable. The The same same
Crypto Exchange FTX on the Verge of Winning Naming Rights for the Miami Heat's Arena
"Today's guest is miami mayor francis for us. Welcome their says. Hi laura to pleasure to be with you as we record. Miami looks poised to approve the first cryptocurrency exchange sponsor of an nba rena friday. Which is the day. This episode comes out the miami dade county commission will vote on whether not to approve the deal. In which the current american airlines arena would be renamed. Ftse serena how did this deal come about well. It was an open bid and they bid. I think one hundred thirty five million dollars for the naming rights or the Putting a very big bid. But i think it wouldn't happen if it wasn't for the fact that miami is trying and striving very very much to become the crypto capital world. And we're doing that Frankly by doing some things that i think are very easy. The first thing we did was we scoured the united states to find out. What are the most crypto friendly laws in in the in the us. We found out that it was wyoming so we promptly copy their loss tried to improve them and now have a bill in the house in the senate that is making its way up to the governor Which would make florida. The most crypto friendly state in the nation and then as we implemented A resolution that would allow our employees to get paid in bitcoin that would allow residents to pay for fees and bitcoin and that would allow the city or at least explore the possibility of the city investing in bitcoin. So we wanted to sort of own this space because we think that crypto currencies of the future and we want to be known as the city of the future.
The Boring Company Officials Meet With Miami Mayor Francis Suarez On Tunnels
"Miami Nay or Francis Suarez in Vegas today touring Elon Musk, boring company tunnels to see if it's possible to build a similar one in his city, he says. It can be built at a fraction of the cost of the county's transit plan you're talking about, you know, about $250 million a mile. Project this would do at $10 million a month. Fort Lauderdale officials also looking at building a boring company tunnel to ease traffic.
Homeless advocates in Seattle feud over approach in their outreach efforts
"War is underway in Seattle's homeless advocacy community comes Jonathan Joe reports several groups of clashing some even confronting each other in public parks. Just a few days ago, activists came out here to Jefferson Park and started confronting and yelling. It's volunteers with We heart Seattle in the homeless are caught right in the middle of all of this. Andrea Suarez is the founder of this nonprofits who says For the past few weeks, they've been out to several parts like Denny, Dijon and Ballard Commons, cleaning up trash with consent from the homeless at these encampments and have been Trying to get people connected with services and shelters. This is also attracting activists who disagree with their methods, Suarez says. They are being followed to parks and harassed. I think it's schoolyard bullying, and they are treating it like some kind of turf war. If some people early on ran with this notion that I was another one of these white supremacists hate groups that was out there to demonize the homeless community, which was farthest from the truth. All I wanted to do is help pick up trash and interact with people in a meaningful way. He shot to some of these activists, but no one has got back to us. So far. It's unclear why they even have issues with three hearts Seattle,
Singer Pitbull becomes part owner of NASCAR team
"House racing will make its on track in daytona next week. A team owned by justin marks with partner singer. Songwriter pit bull. Run the number ninety. Nine car with daniel suarez as their driver. Pit bull says now is the perfect time for him to become involved with the sport while also delivering the message of unity reading that i got involved in this because it was a greater initiative and the greater initiative is what we need more than ever especially in these times and i'll say it again won one race only human race and if we can do it to music if we could do it to nascar and by entertaining motivating and inspiring them. Then that's why. I signed up for it. Pit bull will also officially kick off the twenty twenty one nascar cup series season as it has been announced that he will be the grand marshall for the daytona five hundred on sunday february fourteen
Miami Mayor Francis Suarez gives State of the City address
"And despite all the hardships caused by the pandemic, Miami is persevering in other cities penalized new industries. We welcome them one other cities defunded there police. We invested in them, And that is why I can report to you that the state of our city is strong. Mayor Francis worries delivering the state of the city address today, he says in 2021 will prioritize health encourage businesses to grow and foster the young talent. We already
Man accused of killing Dallas police officer in 2018 sentenced to life in prison
"Accused of killing Dallas police officer Rogelio Santander and a Home depot in 2018 is sentenced to life in prison. Armando Louise Suarez pleaded guilty today to multiple charges, including capital murder Officer Krystal and made him was also shot. An address war is after he was sentenced today show In my memory forever. Remember everything that happened and relive it every single day in my head. I made a suffered serious injuries, including traumatic brain injury and loss of sight in one of her eyes.
"suarez" Discussed on The Takeaway
"I'm knocking on wood. That's what I'm doing there. Yes, it has been relatively quiet and we hope it stays that way. Certainly, we've been dealt with the dealt with a lot of a adverse situations this year and we're hopeful that. Mother Nature doesn't throw another one our way. But Miami has demonstrated over time that we're extremely capable of preparing for storms and mega storms from an infrastructure perspective. We still have a long way to go, and we're lucky that we have resources. We have a Miami forever. We're going to begin spending down hopefully in September. But that's a process that's going take years, and we're hopefully going to be a ready from an infrastructure perspective to to deal with an Irma like event, which produced six to eight foot storm surges where we would struggle anything city in the world, which struggle is with adoring event where you have a category, five hurricane that sits on top of you for two days and produces eighteen at twenty five foot storm surge. I don't know that there's any place on the planet that's prepared for something like that and you know we've got to continue the process of building infrastructure so that we can be here. As are sort of a branding indicates that we can be here forever. That's our objective. And lastly mayor. We've been in talking to different people on the show about. This moment, which is so difficult for so many people, no matter how you look at it. This is just a really hard time that a lot of us are going through, and so we're asking people. What they're doing to find moments of joy, and it could be the smallest thing on a daily basis that there's something that you are doing to find joy and hope in this moment right now mayor Suarez. I think the biggest thing that's happening in. Our community is that we are spending more time with our families? Because many of us are working at home, myself included a home right now i. get see my kids so much more than I would. Otherwise I think also people are spending more time outdoors you know. When when we had a stay at home worse, the amount of people that were walking that were biking that were running. You know increase tremendously so I think we're. Getting in touch with Mother Nature we're getting in touch with our families and I think that's an incredibly positive. Uplifting and inspiring. In the midst in context of these very difficult times. Francis Suarez is the mayor of Miami. Mayor Suarez thanks so much for joining us. Thank.
"suarez" Discussed on Triangulation
"Brought to you by beyond the tech a new podcast from Microsoft, and their CTO. Kevin Scott, Kevin's great. I've, I've known Kevin for years. I respect the hell out of them, and I'm so glad he's doing a podcast. This is the new Microsoft had so many ways Microsoft is really reaching out to people were interested in technology in the in the behind the tech podcast. He interviews tech innovators. Pioneers talks about the history of the of computing all the stuff. I'm interested in Andrew ING is one of his guests world renowned for his insights, into AI Danielle Feinberg Pixar, computer scientists. How about that Jaron linear? Oh, he's a character. He was, of course, one of the main proponents of VR years ago. Now, he says, tech is the worst these are going to be good betting on bitcoin with wants his Cassandra's Reid Hoffman. Wow. Behind the tech. Listen to the man who created linked in Reid Hoffman, partner, gray lock author of a new book called blitz. Scaling. That's what they're going to talk about a behind the tech. You'll hear what inspired these guests to author languages to build the tools to change the world to make an impact in the lives of developers and engineers today. This is a great one for people. Oh, there's Christina. She does it with him, Christina Warren, film girls on it, too. If. Your early in your career learning about the history of the tech industry were if you're from our era, Kevin in my era, you're going to think, oh, I remember. I remember that is great a great listen behind the tech could subscribe anywhere. You listen to podcasts Google play apple, podcasts, Spotify Stitcher, lips. And you know, the, you know, the, the routine just searched for behind the tech sign in tune in and geek out. I'm always glad to plug another podcast specially when like that. So. Daniel Suarez is here. So one of the things I love about Daniel, and his books, your do a lot of research, very heavily researched, obviously, you kind of fall into a hole where you just, like, I'm going to know everything there is you start with cave, diving. Did you do any cave diving for this book? You know, I don't think I would meet you. Yeah. Yeah. Insurance would be very heavy for that note. She laughed out loud. So my protagonists is cave time..
"suarez" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"A foul out of play by Suarez you off to the right one blonde. Two strikes Duggar who had a line drive single. In the second inning. Then his two run triple in the fourth inning tied the ball game. And also a little bit later. He scored the go-ahead run on the fly ball by panik. One to pitch. There's a high drive to left at that will tie the game. Wow. Suarez all the way to the top of the bleachers. It might have cleared the bleachers. Spectacular. Homerun Suarez his twelve th of the year. And that is the first home run allowed this year by Trevor God. We had pitched eighteen and a third innings without allowing a big fly. But this one was really crushed. Man. You don't see too many the clear the bleachers in this ballpark? That was straightaway field. Checking the the replay it cleared the leaders. Wow. Four two four the giants. Leap was short live Winker left handed batter. Takes ball one. Was up to. Up above the belt might not even been called a strike at not swan. There's a called strike to Winker one on one strike. Hundred nine miles an hour off the bat of Suarez. Now the pitch on the outside for a called strike with.
"suarez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Daniel Suarez will drive for Stewart Haas racing and the number forty one forty two thousand nineteen more. From Nate Ryan on NBC S N that he was in a really dark place for about a month of last season. After he found out that he wasn't gonna be driving the number eighteen in the future. Martin tricks junior. The two thousand seventeen Cup series champion, of course, coming over to Gibbs racing and taking Daniels. Right. Daniel said he didn't really have a lot of knowledge going in to that situation ahead of time. And he learned about it virtually when everybody else did. So as he put it for about a month. He was kind of an angry person. And I think feeling like, hey, what's going to happen here? And I did all this work to get to nascar's premier series. Will I be able to stay and fortunately for him after that month passed and things started falling in a place that was with led him here to Stewart Haas racing where he got named the driver of the forty one today and how unusual? Is it for a driver, especially with Daniels? Relative lack of experience at the Cup level to make a lateral move at such a high level. I mean from Joe Gibbs racing Stewart Haas racing. That's pretty big. Well, you know, what it does seem unusual? But there is a template here and the and it's right there in a Stewart Haas racing teammate for Daniels. Whereas and Eric Merola he, of course, came over to drive the number ten car last year and became a winner instant playoff contender reached the third round. So I think for Daniels whereas it is a little bit unique to go from one powerhouse NASCAR Cup team. Joe Gibbs racing to another in Stewart Haas racing. But I think he's expectations are very high. I think he thinks that the twenty thousand nine rules package. We'll we'll help him. He mentioned the all star race and the Pocono race last year is racism, which he felt like he did. Well, so I think Daniels whereas looks at his teammate at Stewart Haas racing now in Eric Rolon. Thanks, the the seasonal Merola had last year in two thousand eighteen winning and then making the playoffs. That could be something that could happen for games. Whereas maybe getting that first couple in here in his third season in two thousand nineteen. The.