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Fresh update on "torres" discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

00:31 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "torres" discussed on Opening Arguments

"Lawyer who will have every incentive to drive around with the meter running. Podcast co host. Attorney general James, yeah, I would be happy to serve as receiver for the Trump board. You should appoint the law office as a P and for Torres. And I promise you we will do that in an efficient and thorough manner. So the arguments raised are really good, right? So a, the suit names to James, but has no personal jurisdiction over to James. She's the New York attorney general. She hasn't done anything in Florida. She hasn't done anything specific to injure Donald Trump in Florida. The only reason it affects Florida is because he moved down to Florida. So you literally have no jurisdiction. You have no power over me. Right? That is related to argument number two that the interstate sovereign immunity. How is that the first time I thought of that quote in relation to like jurisdiction and wow, you know what that is, right? The latter? Fantastic. Wow. But we do something for 659 episodes. And there's still 80s quotes that we haven't thought of impaired with law stuff. Just saying. So interstate sovereign immunity and think about this, this is why we don't sue the hell out of Ken Paxton in New York every time he breathes, right? That is states through their elected officials are immune from being sued by other states. There is a big exception to this called the ex parte young doctrine and that's worthy of a deep dive can't do it here. So I'm just flagging that because we're going to get you to talk about export data. I will, I promise, but not that. And you didn't bring up the four chord song, so. From axis of awesome, so there's no way that you possibly cover this arm. Just teasing. Argument number three preclusion. You already litigated this in New York. You asked a New York court for the exact same relief and they said, no, stop it, right? You can't continue to form shop and relitigate the same question over and over again, even though that's all you do. And even though judge cannon probably wouldn't have cared. D, the rooker Feldman doctrine, and I'm just going to read you the description from the James briefing because I couldn't summarize it any better than this. The Rucker Feldman doctrine bars quote cases brought by state court losers. Complaining of injuries caused by state court judgments rendered before the federal district court proceedings commenced and inviting district court review and rejection of those arguments. So yeah, you can't lose in state court and then go into a federal court and guy. I want you to take a look at what the state court did. Now get out of here. And then obviously the 5th set of arguments are, by the way, you suck on the merits, right? There's no irreparable harm. The court may get there out of completeness, but you don't need to. The four previously dispositive arguments when you put them all together, I think, are going to knock this case out. But you know, it's possible judgmental Brooks in trying to bulletproof the opinion before the 11th circuit says, yeah, this is, this is so multiply wrong that even if we've got to the merits, my determination would be that there was no irreparable harm and no likelihood of success on the merits, so, you know, call. Bottom line there is, yeah, the 1.6 million in fines not great. 250 million in disgorgement would be real punishment for the Trump work. And again, remember Donald Trump is named personally in the New York attorney general civil suit. A lot of Russian high rise loans or whatever, however he felt.

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Fresh update on "torres" discussed on The Crypto Overnighter

The Crypto Overnighter

01:44 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "torres" discussed on The Crypto Overnighter

"The HFS C at least for now, but we'll get to that. Because I saw it blow up on Twitter last night. Waters apparently said that she was not going to subpoena Sam bankman free to testify. Instead, she would try to persuade him to testify voluntarily. That's what the tweet said. And crypto Twitter predictably blew up on the news. You know, it might be that miss waters got wind of the growing crypto discontent because she reversed course. Because later, she tweeted that a subpoena is quote definitely on the table for SPF. This is in response to requests for bankman fried to testify at two congressional hearings. And in doing so, she refuted a CNBC report that suggested that she was not planning to subpoena him. Her tweet said that quote lies are circulating and a subpoena is definitely an option. Now, if you remember, waters requested Sam to be at the December 13th inquiry. And she tweeted that invitation out on December 3rd. And then Sam rejected the invitation on December 4th, saying that he would not appear until he had quote finished learning and reviewing what happened. Now this is despite his multiple media interviews discussing the collapse of FTX, literally discussing what happened. So waters pushed back at that excuse, saying on December 5th, that the information he has shown to know is already sufficient to testify. She added that it is imperative for him to attend the meeting. She said the committee is quote willing to schedule continued hearings if there is more information to be shared later. If issued a subpoena, he will be required to testify at the hearing. If he fails to do so, he could be held in contempt of Congress. That is a criminal offense with a maximum penalty of 12 months in prison and a fine of a $100,000. Coincidentally didn't he say in one of his media interviews, he figured his current net worth was about a 100,000 bucks. That might be a good place to start. Anyway, the December 13th hearing is expected to be the first in a series of hearings regarding the collapse of FTX with individuals and companies involved with both FTX and Alameda research as well as binance expected to appear. Now, all of this is kind of subject to change. The United States held its midterm elections last month. The results of which mean the Republican Party will assume control of the House of Representatives, this coming January. When either the House or the Senate changes hands, or if it is split, committee memberships change, and as control of the House changes this coming January, so does the control of the House financial services committee. Because representative Patrick mchenry will be the next chair of the HFS C now, the House Republican steering committee chose him for the role. Mchenry currently holds the top Republican spot on the committee. And he said that he will focus on oversight of the Biden administration and bipartisan legislation. Quote, as chairman, I will pursue an innovation and opportunity agenda. We will focus our efforts on conducting appropriate and aggressive oversight of the Biden administration as well as pursuing bipartisan legislation to put Americans back in control of their personal financial data. Enhance capital formation opportunities and develop a comprehensive regulatory framework for the digital asset ecosystem. So mchenry is known for his work on financial technology policy. He helped create early crowdfunding legislation and has played a key role in negotiations on stablecoin legislation. He has also served in House leadership, and he chose to maintain his position on the committee instead of running for a leadership post. So it's kind of hard to say what's going to happen in this case with the house. Because while waters is starting the investigation, mchenry will be finishing it. Will he be content to just pursue SPF in his team? Or is he going to be looking into the relationships between SPF and the U.S. government? And let's stick with the House of Representatives because some members are taking action. Representative Richie Torres has introduced two bills in the House of Representatives. The bills aim to prevent cryptocurrency exchanges from misusing customer funds and to require them to disclose proof of reserves to the security's exchange commission. Torres said that the bills are intended to complement other legislation on cryptocurrency. The bills were introduced on December 1st and have the titles of crypto consumer investor protection act and crypto exchange disclosure act. They're short in length, the body of the first bill, HR 92 41 reads, quote, a cryptocurrency exchange may not lend, leverage or commingle the funds of a customer without the consent of such customer. The second bill reads a cryptocurrency exchange that holds assets on behalf of customers shall periodically as determined by the securities exchange commission, disclose to the Securities and Exchange Commission, information relating to the proof of reserves of the exchange. Including with respect to the exchange at the time of the disclosure, the amount of assets held by the exchange compared to the liabilities of the exchange. These bills have been referred to the House financial services committee. In Torres said that crypto has a place in the American economy, but it must be carefully regulated. And he has a history of supporting crypto, including writing an editorial on the liberal case for crypto in a New York newspaper. On December 5th, we covered a letter that he wrote. In this letter was requesting a review of the SEC's failure to protect investors from the mismanagement and malfeasance of FTX by the GAO, government accountability office. There are several bills that Torres has legislation could be paired with, including one written by HFS C chair Maxine waters and ranking member Patrick mchenry. A Torres is also a member of that committee. And on the Senate side of the house, they're looking at banks. Senators, Elizabeth Warren, and Tina Smith have asked the U.S. financial regulators to examine the links between the banking sector and cryptocurrency firms. They wrote to the Federal Reserve, the comptroller of the currency, and the FDIC federal deposit insurance corporation about their concerns over the collapse of FTX. Keep in mind, these are both members on the Senate banking committee. They pointed to links between FTX and moonstone bank and tether and Dell tech bank with no apparent oversight from federal regulators. And so they have asked the heads of the U.S. financial regulators to review the connections between the cryptocurrency firms and banks. They pointed out that the collapse of FTX shows that the cryptocurrency industry may be more integrated into the banking system than regulators were aware of. They want the regulators to provide information on whether they plan to review the links between banks and crypto firms. They also want a list of banks regulated by the agencies that are currently engaged in crypto related activities. And they have also asked whether FTX may have used customer funds to invest more than $11 million in moonstone. We talked about that one before. They've set a deadline of December 21st for answers. Now this comes after the letters that weren't sent out in November. These were related to the investigation into FTX bankruptcy filing. And in those letters, she asked supergate bank, which is also moonstone, to provide details on its relationship with FTX entities following allegations about its business practices. In November, blockchain analytics company chain analysis compiled a list of 20 bills before the U.S. Congress that could impact cryptocurrency. Meanwhile, Sam has also been called to testify for the Senate committee on banking housing and urban affairs before a December 14th hearing called crypto crash. Why the FTX bubble burst and the harm to consumers. It was in a December 7th letter from Senate banking committee chair sherrod Brown that Warren bankman freed that he quote must answer for the failure of both entities that was caused at least in part by the clear misuse of client funds and wiped out billions of dollars owed to over a million creditors. Now brown's letter also said that there are quote significant unanswered questions about how clients funds were misappropriated. And questions about how clients were blocked from withdrawing their own money. He wrote that witnesses invited to appear before the committee should quote make themselves available voluntarily. And like Maxine waters, he said that if Sam chooses not to appear, he is prepared to quote issue a subpoena to compel your testimony. So it might be a race to see who gets to subpoena Sam first. Federal law enforcement is in contact with former employees of FTX and Alameda research as part of a criminal investigation. Two former employees have confirmed that they have been contacted by authorities. The investigation is still in the request for information stage and the employees did not provide details on what information was sought. The federal investigation into FTX and Alameda is being conducted by several agencies. This includes the Justice Department, the SEC, the CFTC state regulators, in court, FTX bankruptcy lawyers stated that companies new CEOs cooperating with law enforcement and regulators. In court proceedings, the CEO mentioned that there is a lack of record keeping at the company and that it has been reported that there was already an ongoing investigation before the company's public collapse. In a recent interview, sbf claims statements made by ray and FTX lawyers were false. And he said, while those statements were false, he can't remember certain details. We were talking earlier about the midterm elections and what is certainly no secret is the fact that Sam liked to donate to politicians. And there is some disagreement over exactly how much he gave to the democratic national party for the last terms elections alone. There is also a question on where he got that money. Disagreement in questions. So now SPF has claimed that he was some sort of a secret GOP mega donor. A nonprofit called citizens for responsibility and ethics in Washington is using that claim to file a complaint with the federal election commission. What they allege is that he violated federal laws by not disclosing millions of dollars that he gave to GOP affiliated quote dark money groups. And that he potentially distributed donations under other people's names. He recently told a YouTuber that he used dark money groups to hide his contributions to Republicans because he thought the press would cover it negatively. Now we do know that Sam gave around $37 million to Democrats and did Democrat leaning groups. In that interview, he said that he gave quote the same amount to both parties during the 2022 election cycle. The facts seem to be against him. Again, because public records show that he donated only around $320,000 to Republicans. Republican aligned groups. This directly contradicts his claim that he made his donations dark because reporters would have a negative reaction to them. According to the watchdog group, his comments about intentionally concealing political donations could be evidence of a violation of the federal election campaign act. This act requires that donations above $200 to influence election outcomes, they must be disclosed by the donor and that the correct person who funded the donation must be named. It is currently unclear exactly how much money he gave to dark money groups or to which organizations receive donations. These groups do not report donations and a spokesperson did not provide details about the size and scope of his Republican political giving. In the meantime, new management for FTX has reportedly hired Alex partners. They are a financial advisory company and they've been hired to conduct asset tracing to find and recover the billions of dollars worth of missing customer crypto. Alex partners is led by former SEC chief accountant Mark yachts. And this work will complement the restructuring experts of FTX. FTX and FTX U.S. were hacked on November 11th, the resulting in the loss of over $450 million worth of assets. And then in an interview on November 16th, SPF said that he had narrowed down the potential hacker to 8 people. And that he believed that they were either an ex employee or someone who installed malware on an ex employee's computer. On November 22nd, lawyer representing FTX debtors said that a significant amount of assets had been stolen or were missing from FTX and revealed that blockchain analytics firms had been enlisted to help in their investigation. The stolen funds have been moved through various crypto mixers and exchanges to launder the money. The hacker transferred their eth holdings on November 20th to a new wallet and swapped some of that for an ERC version of Bitcoin. And that's going to do it for us tonight. I want to thank you my listeners because when you stop listening, I will stop talking. We'll see you tomorrow night.

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Fresh update on "torres" discussed on The Breakdown

The Breakdown

00:37 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "torres" discussed on The Breakdown

"This should have been a banner year for them as a pillar of the crypto community, as rates finally rose above zero for the first time in years. Instead, their collateral damage to a massive financial fraud and now part of a senator Warren witch hunt. There's a chance this blows up in my face, but I'm willing to risk it and say I'd be surprised and very disappointed if silvergate was anything but on the up and up. There's a lot of short seller political witch hunt FUD right now, but it's a good bank with good people. Now silvergate isn't the only one outside FTX that is getting FTX related heat. New York Democrat Richie Torres sent a letter on Tuesday to the government accountability office asking them to investigate the SEC's quote failure to protect the investing public from the egregious mismanagement and malfeasance of FTX. The Torah's note is pretty good, so I'm going to read a big excerpt from it. I'm ready to respectfully request that the government accountability office conduct an independent review of the SEC's failure to protect the investing

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Fresh update on "torres" discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network

CoinDesk Podcast Network

01:09 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "torres" discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network

"Now, I don't know for sure, but I can only assume sulcus is referring to Mark hodes, who has been super vocal about sulfur gate in the wake of FTX collapse. As an aside, short sellers and media and lobbying is one of the weirder parts of the market and regulatory system to me. We're just discussing whether Alameda manipulated the market, presumably those investigating mean the way that they traded around USD T and Luna. But why that isn't leveraging media relationships to try to take down a company which necessarily would mean tanking their stock price in the case of silvergate, its own form of manipulation. By the way, this is a general thought that I've had many times in the past, not necessarily specific to hear. And Marko hodes was right on Sam, so if for no other reason than recency bias, probably deserves some consideration. Anyway, back to Ryan, he writes, I feel bad for silvergate. This should have been a banner year for them as a pillar of the crypto community, as rates finally rose above zero for the first time in years. Instead, their collateral damage to a massive financial fraud and now part of a senator Warren witch hunt. There's a chance this blows up in my face, but I'm willing to risk it and say I'd be surprised and very disappointed if silvergate was anything but on the up and up. There's a lot of short seller political witch hunt FUD right now, but it's a good bank with good people. Now silvergate isn't the only one outside FTX that is getting FTX related heat. New York Democrat Richie Torres sent a letter on Tuesday to the government accountability office asking them to investigate the SEC's quote failure to protect the investing public from the egregious mismanagement and malfeasance of FTX. The Torah's note is pretty good, so I'm going to read a big excerpt from it. I'm ready to respectfully request that the government accountability office conduct an independent review of the SEC's failure to protect the investing public from the egregious mismanagement and malfeasance of FTX, which is brought billions of dollars in losses to about a million creditors and customers. Chair Gary gensler, by the logic of his own public pronouncements, is singularly responsible for the regulatory failures surrounding the collapse of FTX and its affiliate FTX U.S.. Chair genzler has said on countless occasions that there is no need for authorizing legislation from Congress, the SEC presently possesses the authority it needs to regulate crypto exchanges. If the SEC has the authority, mister kenzer claims, why did he fail to uncover the largest crypto Ponzi scheme in U.S. history? One can not have it both ways asserting authority while avoiding accountability. It is on Congress to pass laws, but once the necessary laws have been enacted, it is on the regulators to apply those laws to conduct investigations and protect the public. When it comes to FTX, chair guns are fundamentally failed as a regulator, and he has no one but himself to blame. The SEC chose to dedicate scarce time and resources to investigating Kim Kardashian rather than opaque crypto exchanges, leaving many to question whether the commission is operating efficiently in apolitical and whether it has its priorities in the right place. The operating principle of the SEC must be protection for the investing public, rather than publicity for the political appointee in charge. If the SEC had done the due diligence of thoroughly investigating the financials of FTX, there would have been a greater likelihood of exposing the crypto exchange for what it truly is. A House of Cards built a monopoly money printed out of thin air. Mister gensler's leadership has left the career staff at the SEC fundamentally demoralized to an extent rarely seen, with the SEC inspector general reporting the highest attrition rate in a decade. To what extent has mister genzler's demoralization of his own workforce crippled the commission in the performance of its duty to protect investors. The public deserves an answer. Given the magnitude of the regulatory failure surrounding the FTX saga, an independent review is both needed and warranted. Now, of course, this letter echoes many of the things that people in the crypto industry have felt. Notably that gensler has often been much more focused on raising his own political visibility, as opposed to actually living up to the stated mission of protecting investors. Whether or not this investigation happens the fact that there's these sort of public letters coming from Congress around it show just how massive the fallout from FTX is. In short, it is getting real out there folks and I think that we are turning a corner into a very new phase of the post FTX world. For now I want to say thanks again to my sponsors next to IO, circle, kraken, and crypto watch for supporting the show, and thanks to you guys for listening. Until tomorrow be safe and take care of each other. Peace

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Feds: Oath Keepers sought 'violent overthrow' of government

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 weeks ago

Feds: Oath Keepers sought 'violent overthrow' of government

"Closing arguments are being presented in this seditious conspiracy alt keepers trial in Washington I Norman hall the prosecution has made its closing statements in the seditious conspiracy trial of oath keepers founders Stuart Rhodes and for associates of federal jury was told that the man discussed using violence to overthrow the results of the 2020 election and when rioters started storming the capitol they saw an opportunity to do it assistant U.S. attorney Catherine rakosi told jurors that Rhodes owned words show he was preparing to lead a rebellion to keep Democrat Joe Biden out of The White House She said Rhodes and his co defendants repeatedly called for a violent overthrow of the government road to Torres sought to downplay the violent rhetoric as venting and insisted there was no agreement or conspiracy Nor can hall Washington

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"torres" Discussed on ChelseaWiki Football News

ChelseaWiki Football News

01:37 min | Last month

"torres" Discussed on ChelseaWiki Football News

"The change in football tactics? Torres at both Atlético Madrid and Liverpool was used to playing in a four two three one formation as the sole spearhead. He played at the top of the team, where he can maximize his speed and technique to get past the last defender. Chelsea's preferred formation was four three three in Torres was no longer prioritized to possess the ball like in the previous two teams he had to actively move and run more as a result when away from the penalty area, Torres had fewer opportunities to score. Torres injury during his last full season with Liverpool, the 2009 to 2010 season, Torres suffered consecutive hamstring and ankle injuries. He no longer retained the speed, endurance, and full physical strength as in previous years. The instability in Chelsea's management during four years, Chelsea had four changes in managers. Each coach had his own tactical football and personal perspective. That constant change led Torres sometimes disoriented and without the necessary stability to find himself again. What do you think about the time Taurus at Chelsea? Though at that time his form declined the sacrifice of Torres is undeniable. He still won a certain awards in trophies with the blues. Follow Chelsea wiki to enjoy more interesting news on its history and legends.

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"torres" Discussed on ChelseaWiki Football News

ChelseaWiki Football News

05:25 min | Last month

"torres" Discussed on ChelseaWiki Football News

"Torres at Chelsea, a plot that still wins hearts of the blues fans. The time that Torres at Chelsea was known as a bad transfer, though he scored a few and made a flop, fans still remember what he brought to the blues forever. They admit Torres is a Chelsea legend indeed so let's look back at the time Torres play for Chelsea to understand why people still call him a legend Fernando Torres with his brilliant career Fernando Torres is a former Spanish striker who was born in 1984 he is currently working as a manager of Atlético Madrid juvenile a Torres is one of the most powerful strikers in world football. His 18 year career was full of ups and downs at the Spanish national football team, Atlético Madrid, Liverpool, and Chelsea. He left many memorable moments for many football lovers all over the world. During his career playing for the clubs, Taurus has scored 260 goals in 765 appearances the peak of his career flourished when he played for Atlético Madrid and Liverpool. Torres played in two spells for Atlético Madrid, scoring 128 goals in 394 games. Meanwhile, with Liverpool, the El Nino striker scored 81 times in 142 appearances in four seasons at Anfield. In the national team, he is the third highest goal scorer in the history of Spanish football, 38 goals in 110 games between 2003 to 2014 the trophies that Fernando Torres won are UEFA Euro 2004. The 2006 FIFA World Cup, Euro 2008, the 2010 World Cup, Euro 2012, and the 2014 World Cup. When and why did Fernando Torres transfer to Chelsea? In 2011, Jan, Chelsea made a bit of 40 million pounds to buy Torres from Liverpool, but the offer was rejected. Though they denied the offer from Chelsea on transfer deadline day in January 2011, Liverpool ultimately gave in and sold the powerful striker. At that time, Torres made a British transfer record by agreeing to a 5 and a half year contract. The contract elevated him to the 6th most expensive footballer in history.

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Judge stays at 57 HR, Yanks beat Boston 5-3 for 2-game sweep

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

Judge stays at 57 HR, Yanks beat Boston 5-3 for 2-game sweep

"The Yankees earned a 5 three win over the Red Sox and maintained their 6 game lead in the AL east Glaber Torres had three hits and scored on his own RBI single taking advantage of catcher Connor Wong's throwing her the play brought in three runs as the Yankees moved ahead three zero in the 5th inning Aaron judge singled and scored but failed to hit his 58th home run The only blemish on the win Nestor Cortez took a shutout into the 5th inning as the Yankees earned their fourth straight win in 8th and ten games Red Sox rookie Brian balo fell to one in 6 though all three runs he allowed were unearned I'm Dave ferry

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Donaldson hits walk-off slam in 10th, Yankees beat Rays 8-7

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 4 months ago

Donaldson hits walk-off slam in 10th, Yankees beat Rays 8-7

"The Yankees came up with a much needed dramatic 8 7 victory in ten innings over the rays New York was on the verge of losing his 12th game in its last 14 but the yanks quickly loaded the bases in the bottom of the inning and giant Donaldson launched a Grand Slam Homer off Jalen beaks to give The Bronx bombers their 13th walk off win of the season As a kid that's what we all put ourselves in those moments for When I hit it and I saw which direction the field that it was going I knew that it was going The yanks also trailed for nothing in the 6th but drew even thanks to home runs by glaber Torres and Anthony Rizzo Time area New York

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"torres" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

01:38 min | 4 months ago

"torres" Discussed on Latino USA

"Prince Julio, on Instagram, but writer and comedian Julio Torres has made a splash across platforms and venues, both on and offline. The 35 year old comedian first moved to the U.S. from El Salvador for college with the goal of pursuing a career in comedy and entertainment. After cutting his teeth in the New York City stand up circuit, the space prince eventually made it to the epicenter of mainstream comedy. Saturday Night Live. Julio was a staff writer at SNL from 2016 to 2019, writing hit sketches like papyrus. Avatar, a giant international blockbuster, used the papyrus font as its logo. And wells for boys. Introducing wells for sensitive to the boys from Fisher price. After his breakthrough at SNL, Julio left 30 Rockefeller Plaza to pursue new projects. He collaborated with fellow comedians Fred Armisen and Anna fabrega to create the 2019 HBO series, Los espookys, a dark comedy, set in Latin America, about a group of friends who stage horror scenes for a living. Julio also released his own HBO comedy special later that year called my favorite shapes. I have a lot of shapes, but not a lot of pint. So we have to start immediately. In the special, Julio showcases different toys and objects, each with a backstory of Julio's own design. I work a lot

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"torres" Discussed on ¿Dice Así? Podcast

¿Dice Así? Podcast

05:03 min | 4 months ago

"torres" Discussed on ¿Dice Así? Podcast

"Up, can also come up. The moment to say, and. Torres, the Mark. Gets a political ecosystem. It causes capitulos. Thanks. It's going to be one of the least. Dancing the Taj is important on the relevant to Nobel connector who said. Yes, SLL problem. So that's a luckily. For better secular steps, those had no idea. They had women that were locally.

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Senate passes aid for veterans harmed by burn pits

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Senate passes aid for veterans harmed by burn pits

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting the Senate approves a bill to aid veterans exposed to toxic burn pits They celebrated outside the U.S. capitol Tuesday night The Senate overwhelmingly approved legislation enhancing healthcare and disability benefits for the millions of veterans who were exposed to toxic burn pits Senator John tester of Montana chairs the veterans affairs committee I just want to tell you that there's a lot of times it doesn't feel good in the United States Senate It feels good right now A stalwart of the fight was Rosie Torres whose husband army captain Leroy Torres was one of those exposed to toxic fumes during service in Iraq We did it for all of the fallen that are not here This is for Wesley black This is for heath Robinson This

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Mets edge Yankees 3-2 in 9th for 2-game Subway Series sweep

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 4 months ago

Mets edge Yankees 3-2 in 9th for 2-game Subway Series sweep

"The mets blew a two zero lead before beating the Yankees three two in the bottom of the 9th Eduardo Escobar led off the 9th with a double and scored on starling Marte's walk off single I was looking for high pitch just so I can direct it for a fly ball and he left the change up a little high and that's what I was able to do with it there That's Marte threw an interpreter The NL east leaders almost wasted another strong performance by Max Scherzer who tossed 5 hit ball over 7 scoreless innings David Peterson surrendered a game tying two run blast by glaber Torres in the 8th Metz first baseman Pete Alonso leads the majors with 84 RBIs after belting a solo Homer I'm Dave ferry

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Liz Cheney braces for primary loss as focus shifts to 2024

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 4 months ago

Liz Cheney braces for primary loss as focus shifts to 2024

"The lead Republican on the House committee investigating the capitol riot Wyoming's Liz Cheney is bracing for a primary loss back home in less than a month Cheney has spent most of her time about 1600 miles from home I will do everything I can to ensure that the former president never again gets anywhere near the Oval Office Cheney's focus on Donald Trump is not going over well in Wyoming K one I voted for Cheney when she ran last time and I won't vote forever again James king is a political science professor at the university of Wyoming One challenger emerged as the principal challenger And that is attorney Harriet hagerman Virginia Torres for one is voting for hagerman She isn't one that is taking things personally in a less mature way There is growing belief by Cheney's team she may be in a stronger position for the 2024 race for president I'm Ed

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Teachers weep recalling students killed in Parkland shooting

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 5 months ago

Teachers weep recalling students killed in Parkland shooting

"A teacher wept recalling students killed in the Parkland school shooting in Florida That's my girl Helen of in the penalty phase of gunmen Nicholas Cruz's trial now former teacher ivy Seamus was shown a picture of a student Helena Ramsey She was then shown a picture of another of her students And that's Nicholas Torres Handsome boy Both were shot and killed in her classroom Seamus was teaching Holocaust studies The barrel of that AR-15 just ambushed our classroom Crews began firing through the glass on her classroom door It was extremely loud It was very frightening And I kept thinking about these kids that should not be experiencing this at all The jury must decide if Cruz the former marjory Stoneman Douglas student should be sentenced to death or life without parole for the nation's deadliest mass shooting to go before a jury I'm Ed

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Votto delivers, Reds surprise Yanks 7-6 in 10 to win series

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 5 months ago

Votto delivers, Reds surprise Yanks 7-6 in 10 to win series

"The reds won their three game series with the Yankees as Joey Votto lined a tie breaking double in the tenth inning of Cincinnati 7 6 victory The red scored three times in the tenth runs that became crucial after Matt Carpenter led off the bottom of the tenth with a two run Homer But the AL east leading Yankees fell for the fourth time in 5 games Tyler Stevenson added an RBI double in the tenth followed by Donovan solano's run scoring single Labor Torres and Aaron judge homered in the 8th to tie it four four It came after red starter Luis Castillo held the yanks to a run in two hits over 7 innings I'm Dave

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Angels are routed for second consecutive game as Astros hit five home runs

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 5 months ago

Angels are routed for second consecutive game as Astros hit five home runs

"The guardians crushing Cleveland 13 four in game one and 6 one in the second game Matt Carpenter was the leader in the opener going three for four with two home runs and four RBIs Glaber Torres drove in three and Garrett Cole gave up two runs and three hits over 6 innings in game one In the nightcap Anthony Rizzo and Giancarlo Stanton hit consecutive home runs to back Nestor Cortez who limited the guardians to a run in three hits over 6 frames New York's 58 and 21 record is second best ever in the majors through 79 games Topped only by the 1998 Yankees I'm Dave

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Blue Jays rally from 5 down, end Yankees' 9-game win streak

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 6 months ago

Blue Jays rally from 5 down, end Yankees' 9-game win streak

"The Yankees 9 game winning streak is over after the Blue Jays turned an 8 three deficit into a ten 9 victory over the AL east leaders The 5 run comeback came off home runs as Taylor Hernandez belted a go ahead three run blast in the 7th One inning after Lourdes guriel junior launched a Grand Slam to get Toronto within a run Vladimir Guerrero junior hit his 17th home run and George Springer also connected for the Blue Jays Josh Donaldson Anthony Rizzo glaber Torres Kyle higashioka and marwin Gonzalez each at home runs for the Yankees who led 8 three in the 6th inning I'm the

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Zalatoris, Fitzpatrick survive beast of Open to share lead

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 6 months ago

Zalatoris, Fitzpatrick survive beast of Open to share lead

"Wills Ella Torres and England's Matt Fitzpatrick topped the leaderboard by one shot at four under par heading into the final round of the U.S. open Zalatoris carted a low round on moving day Saturday with a three under 67 There's a ton of major champions on this leader board and by no means is a job done by not even close Fitzpatrick shot a third round 68 with three birdies on four holes before poking 18 Meanwhile Spain's John rom held a one stroke lead before double bogging 18 to car the 71 Obviously I think a lot of people are just going to be thinking about 18 36 hole cult leaders Joel Damon and Colin Morikawa dropped back to the pack shooting 74 and 77 respectively I'm get cool

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The Democrats Who Don't Want to Protect Endangered SCOTUS Justices

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:01 min | 6 months ago

The Democrats Who Don't Want to Protect Endangered SCOTUS Justices

"Congresswoman Joyce Beatty, Democrat from Ohio. Congressman Jamal Bowman, New York, Cori Bush, Missouri, Veronica Escobar, Texas. Espella, Democrat, New York, Adriano. Representative Garcia Democrat, Illinois, representative Sylvia Garcia, Democrat Texas, representative Joshua gottheimer, Democrat, New Jersey. Representative raul grijalva, Democrat from Arizona, representative Steven horsford, Democrat Nevada. Representative jayapal, Democrat from Washington, representative Brenda Lawrence, Democrat from Michigan. Barbara Lee, Democrat California. Tom malawski, Democrat New Jersey, Marie Newman, Democrat Illinois. Alexandria cassio Cortez, New York, Bill pascrell, Democrat, New Jersey, Donald Payne, Democrat, New Jersey, Ed perlmutter, Democrat, Colorado. Ayanna Presley, Democrat, Massachusetts, Mikey Cheryl, Democrat, New Jersey, a billio cirez Democrat, New Jersey, Rashida Tlaib, Democrat Michigan, Norma Torres Democrat from California, nydia Velazquez, Democrat New York, Maxine waters, Democrat California, and Bonnie Watson Coleman, Democrat from New Jersey. Those 27 Democrats are simply evil. There's no political back and forth on this. Any Democrat, any Republican, any, any politician should be able to say, should protesters are marching sometimes violently on the houses of these Supreme Court Justices, of course they need 24/7 protection.

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Trevino ends stalemate, red-hot Yankees edge Cubs 2-1 in 13

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 6 months ago

Trevino ends stalemate, red-hot Yankees edge Cubs 2-1 in 13

"The Yankees won their 9th straight home game two to one in 13 innings over a team they rarely play at home the Chicago Cubs The yanks won it on a pinch hit single by Jose trevino after their bullpen shut out the cubs for 7 innings Our defense played well tonight our bullpen did what they've been doing Coming in throwing up zeros giving us a chance to win the game and I thought that kind of carried us over and we just needed just one hit Wade Miley pitched three shutout innings to start the game for the cubs but had to leave with shoulder soreness Glaber Torres hit reliever Daniel Norris's first pitch for a Homer and a one zero Yankee lead But Jason Hayward even the score with his first home run of the season leading off the 5th It was the only run allowed by Louis severino who struck out ten in 6 innings Tom ary in New

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Uvalde 10-year-olds: Smart, funny, loving animals, football

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 6 months ago

Uvalde 10-year-olds: Smart, funny, loving animals, football

"Funeral services continue in uvalde Texas for the 19 students and two teachers killed in a teenage gunman's rampage at the rob elementary school I'm Ben Thomas with the latest The hearse is crawl by some black some silver and even white and in a pair of Friday for cousins The families of two more having funerals Saturday McKenna elrod and rogelio Fernández Torres McKenna's family says she wrote notes to them hiding them so they could be found later I'd like to all who knew her who loved to feed animals on the family's ranch while a school bus driver remembers rogelio asking to sit in the back because that's where the visiting happens In an obituary his family described for Helio is outgoing and always eager to help With a smile on his face I'm Ben Thomas

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Thomas wins 2nd PGA title in playoff after 7-shot rally

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 7 months ago

Thomas wins 2nd PGA title in playoff after 7-shot rally

"Justin Thomas has posted a record equal income from behind victory at the PGA Championship a racing a 7 shot deficit at the start of the day Thomas fired a closing 67 to tie wields alla Torres at 5 under after regulation play and then the 29 year old won a three hole decider with a two under par total It was very calm in the playoff I was calm the last couple of holes I just I felt I felt like I could do what I wanted to do which is really all I could ask for Chilean mito Pereira led by one on the last hole but blew his chances of winning with a double bogey 6 to fall back into a tie for third It was a second major title for Thomas and his 15th career win on tour I'm Graham agar

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PGA updates | Justin Thomas wins 2nd PGA title in playoff

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 7 months ago

PGA updates | Justin Thomas wins 2nd PGA title in playoff

"Justin Thomas has posted a record equal income from behind victory at the PGA Championship a racing a 7 shot deficit at the start of the day Thomas fired a closing 67 to tie wields alla Torres at 5 under after regulation play and then the 29 year old won a three hole decider with a two under par total Chilean mito Pereira led by one on the last hole but blew his chances of winning with a double bogey 6 to fall back into a tie for third It was a second major title for Thomas and his 15th career win on tour I'm Graham agar

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McIlroy powers to a 65 for early lead at PGA Championship

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 7 months ago

McIlroy powers to a 65 for early lead at PGA Championship

"Rory McIlroy finally made a good start to a major championship taking advantage of mild early conditions to fire a 5 under 65 to take a one shot lead after the first round of the PGA Championship at southern hills I had quite a lot of drivers out there and took advantage of my length and finished that off with some nice iron play and some nice pumping The Irish man leads by one from will's Ella Torres and Tom hoagie and by two from a group of three under that includes Justin Thomas the world's top three ranked players all struggled in the windy afternoon conditions with Scottish in one over John rambert plaster and Colin Boracay at two over Tiger Woods also struggled with an opening for over 74 that included 7 bogeys and just three birdies I'm Graham agar

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Gleyber day: Torres' 5 RBIs lead surging Yanks over Jays 5-3

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 7 months ago

Gleyber day: Torres' 5 RBIs lead surging Yanks over Jays 5-3

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"torres" Discussed on UN News

UN News

03:53 min | 8 months ago

"torres" Discussed on UN News

"This is Connor Lennon from UN news. Yes, he must be his best known as one of the Torres Strait 8, the activists from the islands north of the Australian mainland who complained to the UN Human Rights Council that the government was not doing enough to protect them from the effects of the climate crisis..

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"torres" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

05:27 min | 8 months ago

"torres" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"6 days after kandra Torres and Tom bran had emerged from the wilderness, Kendra paid another visit to the county sheriff's office. This time she was accompanied by her parents. I want to tell you what really happened, candra said. It wasn't an accident..

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"torres" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:09 min | 10 months ago

"torres" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Did you did the stats guy give you that? Or did you know it? Did you know these tasks going? No. No, I have to watch. I had to watch so many games. But I used to watch all the goals going in from everyone else's games as well. 53. I've seen every single goal. All right, ally. I don't know if you guys saw, but in the Barcelona Napoli game Ferran Torres and you could see did not have one pictures after his penalty, the logo. The sponsor of the Barcelona badge on the shirt. It looked like a replica that you made by unlock grand less. But at the beginning of the game, it seemed that he did. Okay. So lots of talk about this on Twitter and social media. Did any one of the guys experience a weird clothing malfunction during a game like Ferran Torres, whose shirt was missing Barcelona's badge? Well, I've had ripped shorts and one point or another. I've had the advertising. I think it was a rainy game or whatever it may have been. I'm not certain, but I could feel that something was holding me back. You know, quickness was not my strength. I thought, man, I'm especially sorry. Man, that was a good feeling there because let's be honest, you don't get especially slow today. Well, it turns out that the advertisement was coming off and the uniform and I could feel like the wind I'm telling you. I was moving. I was motoring. You does sitting there, trying to be honest. It was flapping. And that was slower than you do. I'm like a Formula One car. Every detail had to be taken care of. Second did you ever have it? Do you ever have to wear another player's number or anything? No. I've never had north never had those issues. Well, no. You did have the baggy. Goalkeeping Jersey said quite stylish. I was a little bit fussy. Did you ever have anything like this? I've.

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"torres" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:57 min | 10 months ago

"torres" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Latest. After time is rubbing his palms together. Don has a single game of football that was played today. And he's letting us all know that. So we'll just make sure that 53 goals. 53 goals. I've never again. Again. Again. He's seen football. Every single game. Let's play that little violin. How'd you play a violin? We care, by the way. Nobody asked. Nobody asks. He just offered that. And started to talk about every single game that he saw. Nobody questioned it. What about this? No. That's all I've got left. And done, never mind hot cheese. John does not like normal still water. Water. Oh boy, here we go. Warm water is the most vile thing I've ever tasted in my life. I don't think you guys have it over there because squash. It tastes like a squash. Awful. Awful chuck. What about this? Terrible. What kind of water are you drinking? He's drinking. And I only found out when I moved to America that we don't have squash here. It's basically like a very high concentrate cardio that you need to dilute with water. It's in different fruit flavors. And then for Don, it makes it more palatable. Sounds like Kool-Aid to me. There you go. That's exactly what it is. That's exactly what I know. Yes. Let's get to the questions, shall we? We'll start with ezio, who says ale. If you were to rank the top 15 teams in Europe right now, a Barcelona inn or out of that ranking. 15, one 5. Well, may I pass that Rhett on? His power ranking. Ask you. Your name is at the front of the tweet. I'm fairly certain that you can not even mention 15 European teams right now. You don't have to give us either 15. You've Barcelona make it into your top 50. It's got nothing to do with me. But it's fresh in your Friends. This has got to do with me. The answer is no. Okay. No. Top 20. I'll give him top 20, but not top 50. All right, fair enough. To the whole panel and I'll start with you, Don. Will Conte be its spurs for more than the 18 month contract. Nope. I'm not even sure he's going to be then the summer. I was listening to the noises and the moaning that he was coming out with the other day saying, oh, we sold four important players. We lost four important players, one of the players that he lost, he won't even play. Brian hill never really started any games. He didn't fancy Lacey, so didn't fancy dele Alli, didn't fancy end on ballet. So he's.

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"torres" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:48 min | 10 months ago

"torres" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Hello and welcome to the latest edition of ESPN FC and Kay Murray joined in the studio by ala Moreno and Shaka his love and we'll be looking back on a big night of Europa League action and a lot more too. Let's take a look at how some of those games played out the highest profile of them being Barcelona against Napoli, yes, this is the Europa League. In case you needed reminding with those two teams there, we'll take it all the way through to severe three one win over dinamo Zagreb and as you know Sevilla know this competition very well. I will be welcome in Don hutchison who's been watching a lot of these games more games than he's ever watched before. Sidlow from Barcelona and Archie rin Tut as well. Let's start though with Sid who was at that game between Barcelona and Napoli, I suppose we have to start with the chances that Ferran Torres missed surely tonight, he'll be ruining some of those. You only have to look at his reaction at the end to know that that's exactly the case that the final whistle. Covered by his shirt, he was very, very upset, chubby and under half the game said that he was worried that he was angry with himself that he was upset with himself, but that what he needs to do is kind of forget it. He said that for Antares is a guy that puts a lot of pressure on himself and a guy that kind of feels very, very bad when the chances aren't taken. I think that was very much the case tonight. And actually chubby drew a very interesting I think slightly exaggerated parallel in which he said, look, I remember when I was here and Luis Suárez turned up. And for the first two or three months it seemed like Louis Suarez couldn't score goals and then he became one of the greatest goal scorers in Barcelona's history. Now obviously look Ferran Torres is not going to become that player, because he's a very different profile, but the point that Chavez was trying to make is that we will back him, we will keep going. We're happy with the way that he's playing, but yes, it's true that tonight and chave actually said 6 or 7 clear chances, PK said they should have scored by four or 5. That might be a slight exaggeration, but certainly.

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"torres" Discussed on The Thought Card

The Thought Card

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"torres" Discussed on The Thought Card

"Of color advance in the workplace with manda hearts and so much more you can head over to the lincoln the show notes to go ahead and check out the entire belania wealth builders archive. Here is denise torres rodriguez wealth-building story. Money was something that you had to work very hard for. My father was and still is a consultant so a lot of his career consisted of traveling and he would leave on monday morning and come back on friday and he was the primary breadwinner of the household up until i was in high school. My mom didn't even work fulltime because his schedule was so demanding that she needed to be home to be able to take care of us. And so i thought that in order to make a lot of money you have to sacrifice time energy your family your sanity your health. That's just what came with building wealth and it wasn't until much later that i realized that that toxic mentality is how i also showed up in the workplace for awhile. I just figured. I'm going to go into a field where i'm gonna make a lot of money. And hopefully that is what makes me happy. And i kept making more money. So side hustling for me was very much a an exercise in frustration about the lack of enthusiasm i had about my career. And so side hustling provided a creative outlet for me to do something other than this soul-sucking career that. I had signed myself up to do so. My food block. Dylan's delights was never meant to be a business. And i think it's because i didn't actually know i was creating a business and a lot of side hustler's are guilty of this. We're just like you know creating these things and not really. We don't have a plan for them. But after getting laid off about six months after starting my blog i realized that i had a desire to not go back to work. I told my husband. I'm like i got fired and like this is cool. This is okay. I could do this forever potentially But i didn't have the structure in place to be able to do that for a long period of time but that was the catalyst for me wanting to learn how i could turn into a business so after getting laid off took a course in food. Blogging i spent a lot of time on google and youtube religious teaching myself. How you actually monetize an online brand like a blog and after two years i was able to monetize it but during that time. I already had this idea that i was going to do this. And that's definitely what kept me going. And it's also because i just love doing it. I'm a foodie at heart. I love cooking so it will never felt like work to me. It just felt like something that i would do for free and so i think that's a key message that i want to give decide hustlers just like if you wouldn't do this for free you definitely shouldn't try to monetize it because otherwise you might just be setting yourself up for another career of doing something you hate just because of the money. I i had the inkling that this is something that i wanted to do around twenty eighteen. I was introduced to the concept of financial independence and the fire movement. Talks a lot about entrepreneurship. And how you've been create passive income sources on the internet that can allow you to retire early and become work optional. So once i found out about that..

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"torres" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"torres" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

"They don't know what their plan is for next year. I don't think so very clear. They're not concerned. You can't be concerned with it right now. Like we've said you've got to put the players on the field that are going to give you the best chance to win. I don't think labor towards being on the field is giving you the best chance to win right now but at least they're recognizing him at shortstop certainly is not the best chance to win for this year so we were making a move for the final two weeks of the season. But by doing this. You're also making the move. You're you're saying you're drawing a line in the sand like labor. Be your shortstop f. I ever again. it will not be stood for. He should not happen. You're removing him. From that position gets admitting your admitting that your plan to move on from from deedee and anoint glitter the shortstop at least the part of anointing glacier. The shortstop was the wrong. Move so that that because you're making that decision in line in the sand right now on. September fourteenth twenty twenty one that's got ramifications into twenty twenty two and beyond because now you are looking for one shortstop gio. Shell is not your long-term shortstop you're looking for a shortstop and someone's out of a job so maybe it's like we move on from laboratories after this year. Hopefully he can rekindle some things and hit but i. I don't know what you're doing now. I mean if this this squarely puts the new york yankees in the you know. Some thought that they were already going to be in this but squarely puts them in the running for one of these big shortstops in offseason right. I yeah i mean they'll whereas entity volpi like an actual thing that people believe in the yankees organization that's gonna come up in maybe towards the end of next year into the yet twenty. I think need to decide how close he is and if they actually believe he's going to be a legit player because if they believe he is then. I don't know that your unit you need to sign what we're in a window. What happened to the window. If this this window is like is one of those old. They need new windows okay. They need window. Replacement is what they need. This windows are drafty. They slam shut like they are not. They're not good windows. These are not double pane windows. They're not whatever those those year a homeowner to. I'm a homeowner. I don't know what their sell windows shit windows. You sell windows. I used to sell windows pella out of college. But i just want to look at. I want to look at Defensively because this conversation you and i had before we recorded monday's episode. Of course. I was like wait. Did we actually put that in the episode because that would have been super timely but in his career at shortstop he's made forty three errors in two thousand and forty eight innings at shortstop. I know better. But that's a nine fifty fielding percentage in his career at second base. He's made twenty one errors. In fourteen hundred seventy three innings at nine sixty nine fielding percentage first of all. Nice second of all. That's a better. That's a much better. Fielding percentage of nine fifty. It's not great but it's better fewer errors store. Chances second base basis a less demanding position overall in general you can hide a poor defender. Second base easier than you can hide a poor defender. Shortstop carew argue against this point here. Because when you're at an easier position theoretically i. I would think that that that clip should be significantly different. But it's not. it's really not one. You're getting i don't know how what the opportunities are Across across the percentage. I mean the percentages. It's he's nine sixty. Nine percentage at second base nine fifty percentage as shortstop right. I understand that but like actual volume of like what that means is to to to out for the new york yankees. There's it's an easier position. there's no need less range it's to me. I would argue that. You're getting less volume as well. But you're still actually not that. Good i know look at these advanced metrics i know fielding advanced metrics. We have a love hate relationship with. I hate hate hate relationship. Defensive runs saved okay minus twenty six career at shortstop minus six career second base. That's a pretty stark difference again. There's a bigger range it sorts out. There's better athletes shortstop. That's gonna feel different and look different because of the position in you know what it is. The point is not is gleyber torres a good second baseman. The point is if you're gonna put him somewhere. Where do you want him and he he hurts you. The least at second base defensively. Yeah i guess according to stack cast. He ranks in the bottom three percent for outs above average at shortstop in major league baseball. The bottom re percent. So there's maybe one guy worse than than him in the entire league. I don't know who it is. But he's let's just call him the worst defensive shortstop in baseball. Okay yeah top. Three bottom three defensive shortstops in baseball. That that's where he is no doubt that's where he is when you look at that. That's bad you need shortstop to be a short position. One that can feel the ball. You build up the middle of just like in football you build the offense of vines baseball you build up the middle your catcher your center fielder your infield middle infielders specifically shortstop and pitching. So you do. You can't do much when you're when you're foundation is crumbling when you're shortstop can't feel the freaking ground ball can't do much it's a problem. It was the crushing the entire middle. Actually thinking about hold on. Because you're going up the middle don't have a center fielder. Pitching has got one guy. Very top-heavy over there catching depends on the day and then shortstop we don't have a second baseman because the second baseman plays everywhere so we actually don't have a second baseman and we don't have a shortstop very very foundational big problems here when you talk about actually building up the middle in beijing. Brian cashman clearly does not believe in this philosophy. Well it worked for them in the nineties. I did work for them in the nineties. But we're not comparing them to the nineties anymore is that is in fair now. Exactly i think boon's comments. He said he's such a dynamic player for us when he's going. Well i feel like the switch over. There might be something that really gets him going there the kind of just throwing darts at the wall. They're just. They're just because i'm a player's manager because i get it i'm a player's manager man i'm hit i'm saying you know what i'm happy. They made a decision september fourteenth. It took him way too long. But i'm happy. They made a decision. Because it was the it would have been the wrong decision to just keep sticking labor as the starting shortstop for the rest of the year. Now now what is the right decision. In my opinion is this move but don't play gleyber everyday at second base. He should get a couple of days a week. Dj should be playing still a lot there and then at third base you can have go played third base. But you need to get tyler wade in shortstop. Because i don't think jewish shelhah is healthy player. Right now okay. So who who's to say..

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"torres" Discussed on Hire Power Radio

Hire Power Radio

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"torres" Discussed on Hire Power Radio

"The strongest hires are yes. It is laurie torres. She's the founder and former ceo of partial pending and we're discussing how to terminate employees. So we're going to do something kind of fut- let's talk about process in which you terminate somebody and then let's have you fire me so much fun right here. Live i get to hire you all right. So let's just talk about. The process really doesn't start with ham in a fire. Someone it starts with. Hey this person isn't performing. We've identified that. They're not getting the job done what we need. So it sit down and have a conversation so what it would look like a sitting down with you rick and saying hey. I want to talk to you about your performance. It's not meeting my expectations. Here are the three to five things that are not meeting expectations. Let's talk about it. Do you see at the same way. Do you agree with what. I'm seeing. Because i just don't see that it's working and then you get to come back to me and say you know i can see what you're saying or no i don't and we can have a conversation. But at the end of that verbal conversation we agree on what the next step is so it would look something like this and say hey rick so now we've now come to the end of this conversation. You understand where i am. I understand where you are and so now to move forward. What are the next steps. And i think if we can agree on those next steps versus me just shoving it down your throat. We'll have better success in possibly getting you to meet the expectations and then we also do a check in and so we agree that in two weeks thirty days whatever the timeframe is we check in and see how things are going and now let's just say it is ugly. It's been going for two weeks. It's not going well and it's time to move to a next step so i would say to you. Hey rick i wanna meet with you. I know we're going to meet and thirty days..

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"torres" Discussed on Rocketship.fm

Rocketship.fm

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"torres" Discussed on Rocketship.fm

"Before the break we heard teresa torres begin to take us on a bit of jedi training. But not the star wars variety. A more important kind three started helpless. Think about how we can do. A better job of incorporating justice equity diversity and inclusion into the customer discovery process just before the break we heard a pretty insightful quote from steve jobs the founder of apple. It's a reminder of the world we live in today especially the world attack. well it's a world that's been created by people that weren't necessarily any smarter than any of us and what that means is we can change that world that we live in we can make our own impact. Although his treats and notes that comes with some responsibility gets on austin do something about the inequities that we see. And theresa has some thoughts on how we can actually do this now. I recently read a book that actually really helped Formulate some of my thoughts around this. It's called design justice. One of the principals from this book is to design with and not for right so design with your customers designed with your constituents not for them. And i really love this because i think it's gets at the heart of continuous discovery. Right why are we continuously engaging with our customers because we wanna make sure that we're designing with them and not for now. I really want to emphasize how most of the tech industry works today. In fact you might have heard quotes often. People quote hinder. Henry ford says if i had asked customers what they wanted they would've said faster horse Steve jobs even said customers don't know what they want until we show it to them and so we have some hubris in the tech industry where we believe that we're the experts and that we can design four people. So here's what i want to clarify. We are experts in technology but our customers are experts in their own lives and their needs in their own pain points on their own desires. And so really what we wanna do we talk about designing with. Is we want to combine this expertise. Our expertise with technology their expertise with their own lives and their own needs and really co create solutions together in this co creation mindset is a little bit different from what a lot of us are used to in fact a lot of teams operate on a validation mindset. Validation might is when we say we're the experts we're gonna come up with a solution will design it. We'll prototype it when we're done will validate with our users. Did we get it right now. Look in discovery world. We do need to do validation research. We need to confirm that what we built is going to work but we also can work with our customers much earlier and try to move closer to this designing with mindset instead of a designing for mindset designing with instead of four this distinction right know our customers can't simply tell us what they want but it doesn't mean we ought to leave them out of the discovery process in fact we need them. We need their insights. They are the experts on themselves. Not us right so it'd be silly to ignore our customers altogether for sure for sure and hey customers are absolutely a part of the customer discovery process. That's a part of therese's work and here. She starts talking about that very process. And how the jed eye mindset can be integrated drought. That process really starts with outcome. So let's start there. So i teach outcome focused brand of product management. I believe that the negotiation of the outcome should be between the leader and the product trio. So what do i mean by the leader leader. Is your chief product officer your vice president of product. Your head of product and your product trio is the product manager the designer and the technology lead. Who are working together to figure out what to build the reason why there should be a two way. Negotiation is because the leader is going to communicate what the business needs so the business can be able to communicate in this moment in time. Here's what we need from. You and the team can communicate how far we can get now during this negotiation. I think there's a few things that we can be doing to start to bring in some of these jet. I principles the first is. We need to start by asking better questions. So the first question. We're setting outcome that we can ask for the outcome that were setting to be have to maximize that outcome or can we satisfy ice. So if you haven't heard this word satisfied to this idea of like is an option good enough and why is this important. When we're talking about outcomes so a lot of companies are hyper focused on growth. That's the business culture that we live in and we think about growth if you work at a. b. context. I'm guessing that your company is really focused on landing. Large enterprise clients. That's where the big money contracts are the biggest return on investment the challenges if all of us focus all of us in the bbb space focus on enterprise clients who's building software for the mom and pop businesses and if nobody's focusing on the mom and pop businesses. What impact does it have on our communities. Who's being left out right so. This is a question where we can start to think about if we maximize for enterprises are we gonna live in a world where the only places we have to shop our target and walmart or can we start to look at. We need businesses need to make money. And that's the reality. So can we start to look at. We definitely need to bring in those big money. Enterprise clients but can we also start to look at can we service our underrepresented folks whether that's small mom and pop businesses whether that's minority owned businesses whether that's women owned businesses and one of the ways to think about this because you're not going to change your business culture overnight. You're knocking remove that focus on large enterprises. Is you can start to think about counterweights. So a counterweight is you set your primary outcome. The outcome you're trying to drive you may not be able to change that. It's just going to be maximize large enterprise clients but can you counter it with a metric that helps you start to assess. Are we also serving the little guys are we also serving the underrepresented business owners and so we can use these two questions together to start to assess what impact are we. Having by focused hyper focusing on maximizing and outcome the outcome that we choose defines the scope of who are going to serve. So when you're choosing your outcome. I want you to think about. Who are we including. And who are we living leaving out now. No product concerned. Everybody ever prog manager knows this right when you try to serve everybody. We build a product barely. Works for anybody. So i'm not suggesting your product has to serve everybody equally well. What i'm suggesting is that you be intentional about who you're deciding to serve and who you're deciding to leave out so we don't end up with unintended consequences where we have products like senators. That don't work as well for people with darker shades skin right. That wasn't an intended consequence. That was because we weren't intentional about who we were trying to serve. And that's the thing we do need to be intentional about who were serving and that intention. It doesn't stop there at least it. Shouldn't we need to be intentional about the way that were interviewing our customers as well. Yeah and not just the actual interviews but how we're setting up those interviews. Who are involving in those interviews. I mean there's a lot to.

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"torres" Discussed on The TalkCast

The TalkCast

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"torres" Discussed on The TalkCast

"You from the talk as podcast. And this is season episode. Nine and this episode is going to be a little different because i recently did an interview on every day thoughts by tornado torres. Podcasts and she having on her podcasts this past weekend and it was dope she is so awesome and when he is such a credible woman she so great was he does. Her voice is so so cool that she has a voice of a rare. Dj she has a voice of Podcasts or it's an incredible so hopefully you dig this dope interview. it's it's forty one minutes of pure entertainment. And i hope you enjoy. It's going to be playing that for you on this week's episode. I i'm trying to stutter My brain is not working tonight. Qualm doing this recording. Come on here to tell you what's going on kilo update about me. Thank you thank you. Thank you so much for the ten thousand. Plays on this podcast. It means so much to me that you love what you're hearing. They love my podcast. You personality. He loved how raw in japan is. And i appreciate that so much if you want to show your support even more please. British five stars on apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your podcasts at by searching for a detox gas in your favorite podcast network or you can go to anchor dot. Fm says she talked gas defined of About how you can listen and more. There are thirteen ways that you can listen because not spotify people apple podcasts. Because the on deesor cast box. We are everywhere so just type in the talk cast. It's the base. Todd cast one word and starts for it so awesome. Get your love and support. I appreciate you guys so so so much. I love you guys so much. I just can't believe it that we reached ten thousand players. I wanted to celebrate. Somehow i am teaming up with a process of getting together some my closest friends some of my closest colleagues m my radio industry to do a an hour or two long podcast episode to break on july. Maybe five or six interviews with my friends hanging out. Eat some skittles do some. Amr you know. Camille asmar to our ten ks radiation or if if all that fails i think just having tornado torres on for that. The tank k. Role play so we might do some role playing in some asmar. We'll see how things go but Me now we guys want you can follow the talk. Cast on twitter. No you can't. You can't follow on twitter. Sorry he can follow on instagram and facebook at the talk casts podcasts. I believe it's odd. Set the tog guests on facebook. And it's on the interview. It's on instagram. Talk gas podcasts. see. I'm sorry frauds starring and just going to happen okay. It is where it is. I hope you guys on how the guys understand. Obviously you do or. You wouldn't be here right now. So i appreciate you guys so much This is who i am on edit oriented on cut raw and win. I'm so glad you guys are really enjoying this. Podcast get you your day you workday. It's not over yet. He on dog go kill yourself. Live for me.

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"torres" Discussed on Real Food Real People

Real Food Real People

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"torres" Discussed on Real Food Real People

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"torres" Discussed on Real Food Real People

Real Food Real People

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"torres" Discussed on Real Food Real People

"The world. Helping people understand the the agriculture He went to riga. He went to russia. He went to cast stan. All this stuff well so he was really good. Good guide you know then. like the help More people more people not only here but around the world to In and that's one of the things that i want to keep Keep doing it. You know if if if first of all of course i have to be well here now in order to offer more helped to more more people than they really want to learn about the the natural stuff in and the good care of a farming was that like bill got cancer here on the farm. How how did you keep it going so hard but you. It's dairy farm. You can't stop Really when his passed away because he's passed away in an accident in the he got an accident in a really amazing. How how how strong was he was by then and yeah every single day. He was here even his dad. You know four thirty in the morning and his dad was here just checking for the little little things. We'll missing when we're busy on on big stuff and we miss him a lot when he passed away so when bill when bill Wants to doctors in told them what was happening. He came that was five. Am he never miss a day. You know but a few days be Like month before he was He missed three days so i told him you better go and get a wall checkup and and make sure then nothing. Bad was a strong guy but you know he's no. I think everything's fine. It's just a little little thing but later on he feel like no. I better go in and do it. So when he'd when they discovered the five am and he came from his house. Because i show up early you know i was. I was in charge of feeding animal skin and everything so he gave me he. He gave me the ban in dot point. I told him you know what. Don't worry about the about the farm i'm here. Nothing will be changed I'll keep going you go and take care of yourself and make sure then you you get in well and and i'll keep keep doing it for for a few months. My my head was spinning. You know vehicles. Because i still miss him. So how quickly did he pass. Then after finding out i know pancreatic cancer is terrible terrible disease. It went fast win fast. Yeah and that was the that was hard time for us to to seem to see him..

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"torres" Discussed on Real Food Real People

Real Food Real People

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"torres" Discussed on Real Food Real People

"I consider myself lucky. You know to to to lend this this this this side of the of the quantum here in Like a toll years his family you know tank to to to them. I can stand my other hand and help more people. Yeah because really this this thing is not only chance for maybe a chance for more people to to get better including my family and including people in something so i don't know them but but my if if i if i helped somebody Just helped him because he's in. My heart is not. Because not. Because i know i know them or not. Your parents proud of you for what you're doing. I hope. I hope. I hope they'd proud. Yeah happy really happy young. That's the that's the way that i really helped him to everybody. You know my my brothers and sisters nephews to you know Down there things was really good by then but I'm just still thinking you know. Then i came from there and i never forget than than the struggle. We went through it and This point you know. Here's struggling to but but Hey this is our life. Yeah so nineteen ninety six. You started working here for the dairy farmer. Who's here now. This is your farm. How did that all happened. What all went on easter with a plan. You know the plan wasn't really to to be in this place. is start with With a conversation with bill about to own something in my life you know. I didn't have anything just a car and style but not house or anything so i asked him a bill. You know if. I can buy you nacre mobile home or something So he told me he gave me a few questions to say. The you really liked work at the farm. So yeah i'm happy and thank you for keeping me here. I stakes like like everyone but now but but you know he. He was really good. Good teacher Really good a sponsor so He wanted the plan was to build a herd milking around like eighty cows. Or so. And i just moved to another rent. Another place in move on That was the plan. Start your own new farm. Yeah but our plans. Sometimes you know doesn't go like the way that we want because i believe in supreme power Got ice to to use Bill awale this this is world. What happened He got sick. He got sick. He got cancer pancreatic cancer and he passed away in november two thousand. Fourteen years bach. You know he teach me how to make the orders of everything most of the things. He traveled around the around..

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