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How 2 Skiers Conquered Yosemite's Half Dome
"Valley, 8800 FT. Above Sea level is a rock formation called Half Dome in the 19th century, a report said. The granite landmark was so perilous that it quote Never will be trodden by human foot. Well, today, Half dome is a popular hike for thrill seeking climbers. Yosemite resident Jason Tor Llano has always looked at the massive rock with a feeling of wonder. I went to school, right New 70 Valley next to you, Somebody falls. Um and you look up you somebody from the playground is a little kid. That's where the big thunderstorms come from. And when it snows, it just gets packed with snow and And it's just always been attracted to have them. But Torre Llanos attraction to half Dome has always been tied to another interest of his skiing since the very first time he clicked into skis. From that moment on, I just looked around and Kept seeing shoots our ski able to this age. When he was 17 Tor Lana went climbing with a friend on half dome. Remember walking down the cable's going? Wow, I bet you this thing's cable, and it turns out he was right this year, Jason to Orlando and his friends act, Milligan finally descended. Half dome on skis mean climbing half dome is dangerous enough descending on skis. It's a slab of no anchors. So avalanches occur all the time off that. And if you fall or get caught in an avalanche, you're gonna fall off the South face 1000 ft Cliff, so they scouted the location a day early. We walked up there the day before, and we slept at the base in a tree. Well, we start a little fire and kept warm for a few hours. So we're so cold at three in the morning. We're like okay with mice will go to the top. We got it in perfect conditions. This time, it was like a lay an inch layer of ice with about 3 to 4 inches of snow. Trevino and Mulligan weren't the first to descend Half dome in the snow. It's been done on skis and on snowboard, but their trip was special. Well made Our stand a little different is we? We skied the cables with no ropes. But then we see it all the way down to near Lake So another 4000 plus Vertical feet. Achieving this lifelong dream has not stopped to Orlando from eyeing other slopes in the park. Every time I go to Yosemite. I look up into the mountains and just there's so much I want to do. They're still that's Jason Tor Lana, who skied down half dome into the Yosemite Valley last month.
"trevino" Discussed on Wrongful Conviction Podcasts
"Zafy trevino was normal teenage girl growing up outside of dallas texas with a life that revolves around family church and softbank zafy got high school though a boyfriend introduced her to drugs and then broke her heart and then nineteen year old. Philip ball agro swooped in through social media to prey on this vulnerable highschool soft boiled egg. Gro introduced himself to his parents as a friend of stepes from school and soon use psychological manipulation violence and to drags efi into the dark underworld sex trafficking. Alarming changes in steffi's behavior prompted henry and crystal trevino to install a tracking app on your daughter's phone but this didn't stop all the negro from using zafy's body and her misery for his prophet then on august third twenty nineteen two men were lured to an apartment with the promise of sex with zafy. The men were robbed instead by bald negro and an accomplice and a fight broke out resulting in bald. Negra shooting and killing one of the would be child rapists. This is going to be. I this podcast and interview the takes place were trial before a grave. Mistake is made where i speak with. Zippy's lawyer justin moore and her mother crystal. Trevino zafy is curly out of juvie awaiting trial. Dallas county district attorney tries to charge her for her sex traffickers crime compounding. What has already been an unbelievably tragic. Experience might potentially sending zafy to spend the rest of her life in.
"trevino" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
"You know your instagram posts. Where you just you know one-two-three punch as what you're doing over there those all the time. We're just really laying it down like it is. How has the past the political season you know. I mean by the time this airs. We've got like one runoff georgia. But other than that. We're done for now for the today. How did you survive rondell. How'd you survive. I think you must have taken a bunch of heat. Because you're posting some things that i was like. Yes yes yes. Oh my gosh. I hope he doesn't get his feelings hurt. Because i know people were coming for you. How'd you handle it. Well i was getting when i talk about immigration before that that i felt personally on a personal level guy using my personal platform to speak into politics in a way that says okay. How do we love our neighbor. How can we. You know as christians understand that. Our citizenship is primarily in heaven. We're here for temporary time. But we need to engage in a healthy way. We can't fire identity and political party or of president. And so yeah like you said. I just come to my head and i was like man. I wanna share truth and being these conversations. What's possible and and be able to to be encouraging but you know one thing that helps me. I don't read any of my comments. Any comments ugly. Come and say. I don't know i'm scared to read it. Ignore and i tell people when people say ugly things one of the best way is to block and that's a blessing sometimes but also i've also seen and actually i know you get the same with the parkland that god has given you. You know when we enter into those conversations and were able to say hey you could be a christening vote for biden. Ups criminal trump. You can be a christian who doesn't vote for either and you can still be a christian. Then people are one. I've gotten thousands of other messages of people who are like. I'm so thankful that you have said this. I cried all night. i can't my family is divided. i feel like i can't choose either one. I do and as being able to be there to encourage people in the midst of such a politically invited season that i feel like we'll continue. What brings me life. And those are the comments i read. Those are the people engage with and then also seeing other people who believe in what we do and what i said even educate and engage with other people who might think comment and have that conversation. I think that's great. You and i are able to the people that you have on who have platforms. They're able to start. These conversations with people and a lot of times are healthy conversations. Sometimes they're negative. So i just started. Stay away from so many of those comments. And i'll let my wife take over my instagram and delete. Battling you got that latino who's gonna take care of you over there you know. I will agree with that. I used to always say right now. That i was not a political person and i remember last year around october november. I kind of had this idea of like. I think i'm going to have to talk more about these things than i have before in my life maybe because of the platform god's given me because he's entrust me with these people who are listening and also because i've really been willing and one hundred percent confident and taking risk and bringing people on the show that might talk about things that makes people uncomfortable. I remember the first time. I brought tests clark on who works immigration and i remember thinking man. We had a difficult conversation. It was great and it was. I loved it. But i remember thinking this is going to push people into an awkward position. And i've been so proud i mean. I've been so proud of the happy our listeners. They are willing to step in and have uncomfortable conversations. And i just heard from a young girl just this week. This was her second election to ever vote in and she said with tears in her eyes she said jamie because of your conversations on your show i learned that who i vote for is not my identity and i said that was worth it all is to know that we can go into a voting booth and find are the one that we line up the most for the most common good whichever side it might be and you can leave their and no you are not identified as a republican or a democrat that you are follower of jesus christ and that is your number one identity and shit tears in her eyes and i thought all of that was worth it. All of the people sending me the dmz whatever they were all worth it for that and i will agree with you. I have had more people. This the through this last quarter this last season you know july through october november. Really say to me. Thank you for letting me see that. I don't have to be what. I always thought i had to be and i can sleep well with that and i think you can't as well you get that one individual who is so encouraged by what you're saying it gives you life too because you're like okay. Got him stewarding the platform that you give me well and i'm engaging these these conversations and here's the thing you and i and folks who and you wrestle more on you've had these folks who are in normally big in the country. I'm so thankful for brothers and sisters like that because we have to use our platform to engage these conversations because they listen to what we're saying. And what you say is important so when you know a lot of things that you said even the last conversations that you've had not love even when you talk with your children that's amazing because it helps people to feel like man. We need to engage in these two because they've always been taboo as if don't touch politics don't talk. That's why the churches weren't that now because we don't talk about these topics in the healthy biblical way. We can leave. And for me. Danny based on who voted for it enron for. Those people voted for someone who i didn't agree with and to this day. I'm like i don't know how you can find a way to vote for this individual or that person or why on whatever may be but at the same time i can be civil and respectful show biblical kindness. That's still says..
"trevino" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
"That's amazing now. You know what. I think speaking of this conversation and one thing that really said a lot this year and i have felt this tension and we will speak specifically to christians because both of us are christians is this idea of stepping into the nuance and i remember a couple of years ago. I didn't really understand that word. And then over my life of having to see like the example. I just gave of heading down to the border. You can't go to the extreme side because there's so much nuance in the middle and you have to be willing to sit in that immigration like as far as like christians and churches. I would love to hear how you're helping christian step into that nuance and what i mean is to be able to say it's not always one hundred percent this one hundred percent that there are things in the middle that we have to be willing to wrestle with and they make us uncomfortable. I know for me. And i've said this a lot on here is that proximity changes everything and so if you've never met someone who has immigrated to our country it's really easy for you to have one hundred percent views on it if you've never met someone who's a recipient of the daca program. It's really easy for you to say like to be one hundred percent one way or the other and so tell me. How are you helping specifically christians and churches. Think deeper about the issues of immigration. As how do we be christ like with that and step into that nuance. What are some of the ways that you're helping christians deal with that. Yeah well i. I meet that church or individual where they are and i wanna meet them where they are passionate about. I don't wanna go and say the opposite and what the problem is. I lean on the viewing about immigration. Most of the time. That i agree with and that probably in muslim family biblical and so when i meet with someone who's extremely conservative. Of course there are always gonna lead with border security border security respectful wall. So i come into the conversation right. Hey the immigration coalition. We provide clean drinking water. We you all this great stuff. At the same time we believe in border security. We actually are more conservative than a lot of our other organizations in the sense that we believe in technology along the entire southern border even at courts but also we believe in some barriers in specific places. That's when i'm able to meet them and say that in that moment then i'm already in there like okay. Okay can sit down and listen and so and it doesn't take jimmy doesn't take one conversation. It's a discipleship relationship. It takes a while it takes multiple conversations and meeting. Actually get to the point. Where okay. I build relational capital in the midst of me talking about an agreeing with border security. I've gotten to know this individual here about her family a little bit. So now actually have a relational capital. And then i get to the point where okay now. We're skews important. Let me tell you about matthew chapter twenty five. Let me tell you about the ninety. Two times in the old testament were got is constantly telling his people to care for strangers and then get into the phone. Hey guess what you can be for border security and you can show. The compassion is not one or the other political parties and the narratives out. There make christians feel like they have to choose one or the other. We see that in politics. United talked about it often on our platform. People feel like you have to choose a side. You don't have to choose a side you don't have to choose an extreme side. There's always that balance that. I think jesus brings to the table and people hate that were balanced interest. Some people don't dislike that word. But i do it in a way that i believe that jesus really truly lived at out us pro-life from the womb to the tomb. He cared for all people can change. People were marginalized but also in matthew literally broke his written for the religious of the day so that they can come to know him and so in my conversations. I'm meet conservatives where they are. I agree with your border security angry where you are eventually than we get down to. There's also this piece of showing compassion and love. How do we get there. Can you do it or providing water at the border. What if you partner there. Oh man everybody's doing water and yeah you mentioned mothers and children in need people want to be a part of that and want to join in when it comes to mind progressive brothers and sisters already there. Justice care compassion. I'm my mom right there with you. Just is doing justice caring for the marginalized you know Advocating for policies things of that sort of. I'm right there with you. But also there's this important piece that i think when you to focus on which is a healthy approach the border security because loving our neighbors not just migrant and immigrant neighborhoods also loving our american neighborhood too. So how do we healthy way. And have those conversations and thought people of goodwill and people. I know and respect on the topic of relation disagree on what border security should look like. But we know that we can't disagree on loving our neighboring right. That's not try to meet them where they are and i go from there and often that works i love it. There's so much more than just one complete answer. One complete fix all for every situation. There's just there's so much more and you guys are meeting them there. I want to switch topics just for a second. Because the way that i found you was from..
"trevino" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
"I have a strong latina. Who will tell me when and hang out with them and and spend time with family and so she got used her to. You know on friday and saturday particularly with especially saturdays. We try to hang out of the family and do something as a family. So god is really just trying to help me to focus on. My wife is my number one ministry. My children my number one ministry. How my pointing into them like i'm into the immigration coalition pointing to by tweets or sharing or speaking or whatever it may be and i'm not in a place where i feel like that is a priority. My wife and my children got his taking me through that right now. And i'm having to figure out how to ideas guy with the work that you've given me and make sure that shepherding loving my family and making sure they know that it's more important so having those conversations with my wife. Am i doing that well. And knowing that she's going to give me that that's gonna rock me. The holy spirit laura who are going to keep you in line exactly but it's been a blessing right when guy convicts us through the spirit. It's a blessing because he cares for us and he wants us to get things right and and put things into perspective in where they need to be in it. And i think this during covid nineteen. It's been a blessing for me to spend more time with family but also noticed that i need to figure and focus on our my growing my marriage my loving hers. Question of the church and buckley. My daughter's that's so. I think a lot of people are going to have that same sentiment at the end of the year of everyone's had to pivot and do things differently and a lot of people are going to say that now. I want to jump in and talk about the immigration coalition. It's a faith based nonprofit providing clean drinking water to latino immigrant migrant and asylum-seeking communities along the us mexico border which you coming from memphis sauce. You're a lot closer to the. Us mexico border up here in texas. At least and i had the opportunity. I guess it would have been about a year. And a half ago to head to l. paso and visit the mexico border there and head over into mexico and visit. Some people doing phenomenal work there. But when i was reading up on you. I was embarrassingly unaware about the water crisis on the border. And so can you gotta give us a little education. Phyllis in a what is the crisis that's happening and then how are you guys stepping in to try to be a solution to that problem. Yes so we are talking and we're learning more about this crisis. I feel like it's been a niche and something that's been there for years and got an open up the door for the immigration coalition. And say. okay. This is something we can actually focus on as an organization were or barely into finishing your to as an organization but again i feel like we've been existing for ten years since we've been in austin partnering with your amazing church often stone. Who were partners with them now. And then being able to come alongside us and help us figuring out what that looks like and so when we came to one of the biggest reasons was i don't wanna ministry specifically that just all articles heavy on policy which those things are vitally important and we were leading in ways partnering the it organization. That i know you. They overlap around the topic of immigration. And we work with them. But i was like awesome. We holistically be hands on with immigrants. How can we holistically get our hands dirty and and you something that isn't so viewed as a political issue and draws people from both sides of the aisle when it comes to immigration to say okay that human deserves that basic need and then use that to pluck their heartstrings. To say oh well. What is the perspective on immigration one of the policies. Now we wanted to leave with something that is gospel center not policy censored because the gospel changes hearts not policy and so and policy change is important and so i wrestled with the lord knows. We're here for month already. Where living in a tiny home now but we lived in an apartment two months ago and there was this three nights i was just wrestling with lord. Lord what can we do the immigration coalition. that is tangible. Simple powerful that brings people from all sized to say. I just want to jump in and partner with you and we love what you're doing and i did tons of research. I was researching like crazy. So four or five. Am and i came upon four or five articles research papers from some professors one. You know aso who has written a really good paper on and it's interesting that this hasn't become a more popular issue and it was the water. The lack of clean drinking water along the entire. Us mexico border. And i was blown away. I was like man when you think about these amazing organizations that are doing great worker and other countries charity. Water's one of them. That i love with doing other organizations. There's a water organization. I think here in an awesome. They're planning these wells and doing this amazing work in africa in different parts of the world. I'm like awesome. And i started reading this research and started reading these articles like man. Not only is there a need for water in other countries. But it's right at our front door along the us mexico border and i said the number one place to start for us because we had a relationship with the community already. Was the tent camp that got kind of media attention as even right now. There's fifteen hundred migrants. I'm secrets waiting to seek asylum right across brownsville and so we went in and i knew a guy down there who we partner with and today man. What can we do to love these people. How can we be an organization that do they need water. And how can we also not just provided water but also share the love of bryce because he'd been turner living water and so he's my man we'd love for you to partner a lotta young missionaries and organizations down there in khorasan. They're almost ostracized if you will. There's more organizations I would say doing really really good work. But the christianity peace isn't something they want a part of the camp there and so we went in and we said hey how can we serve. Let's just do it. We went through a company in matamoros. And we okay. You know based on this community's needs we want them to be processed we want them to come and be processed eventually either based on their credible they're credible fear or their testimony. Either be allowed in the us or rejected based on whatever the case comes to. And so we said brooke for the time being. we're gonna provide clicking. We're not gonna do a well. We're not going to go to something. That seems like they'll be there long term. we're going to provide five gallon. Water jugs and so we started to do that five months ago and till this day every time i go then known as the our guy and we provide every family in that.
"trevino" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
"I a friend to join me and we chat about the big things the little things in life and everything in between. Hello hello hello. Happy friday guys. Welcome to another episode of the happy hour. Today is episode three forty six and my guess is run trevino and it is the middle of december. You guys doing. We're making it my prayer and hope for you as you enter into. This holiday season is that you will see the beauty that is celebrating the fact that god put on flashing came down to be with us. It is something. We're celebrating. And i pray that you get to see that and experience at in the midst of a super hard year guys. Speaking of a super hard year you guys have heard me talk about this for the last couple of weeks. And i'm gonna keep talking about it because i'm so excited to partner with compassion international for you the happy our listeners. To help them as they help kids in their community. Compassionate tagline is releasing kids from poverty. And jesus name and my thing about compassion international's literally work through the local church in every community. I've seen this an action. When i visited them in haiti when i visited them in kenya when i visited them in mexico city. I've seen their work where they work through the local church. And i'm asking if you wanna partner with them right now to help kids who are in the dominican republic. We have picked that country as a place that we want to focus on. We've had over one hundred kids sponsored since thanksgiving and i'm so thankful for you guys for doing that. We have a big vision. We would love to see every kid in the dr who's been waiting over a year. Get a sponsor sponsor of someone who gives thirty eight dollars a month but you also get to really pour into their lives through letter writing and if you listen to my episode. Jonathan al monte. That came out the wednesday before thanksgiving. You remember how important that is right now. we want to give you a thank. You get if you sponsor between now and the end of two thousand twenty. We'd love to send you a copy of my new book. You you plus christmas ornament from grace lace go to compassion dot com slash. Id that's my last name. Iv y. to. See all of the details at all of the kids that need sponsors right now. We also have a really big plan to hopefully take a trip to the are with compassion and with happy our listeners to visit the child that you sponsor so compassion dot com slash ivy for all the details for thirty eight dollars a month. We can literally change the life of not only child but also their family and eventually their community friends. We have a great show today. I had the great opportunity to sit down. And talk to rondell trevino. And i've been wanting to talk to him for a while. I followed him on instagram. Where he would just have some terrific. One liners to help us all focus on jesus in the midst of a crazy twenty twenty in particular crazy election season. Rundell is the founder and director of the immigration coalition. It's a faith based nonprofit providing clean drinking water to latino emigrant migrant and asylum-seeking communities along the us mexico border. We spent a lot of time talking today about how we get started with this work what their goal is and how you too can partner with them to help. People have clean drinking water in the midst of heart situation that they might be enduring. You're going to enjoy this conversation so here. It is run dealt trevino on the happy hour rondell. Welcome to the happy hour. Agassi you good to be with you. I'm excited as long overdue on excited to have a conversation. This is so long overdue. And i will admit i don't know how i found you. I'm going to guess it was on the instagram. Because you know we're finding people these days online and then we start following them and the next thing you know you're like oh i wanna talk to this person. I think that's how i found you but introduce yourself to all of our listeners. Because we both live in austin texas which is crazy. Yeah we do we do ya rhonda. My family moved here to austin in the middle of the pandemic on march sixteenth. That yellow new austin nights. We're a memphis for ten years. I was in memphis for ten years. My wife for a couple of years with me and yet we moved in the midst of a pandemic and like this is where god wants us to be in and we moved here. I was like you really want us to try to trust you. Hear so god has been good. We've been here for eight or nine months and yeah i. We came down here primarily as a store position here in a local church and then also the organization that i run the immigration coalition though. Yeah that's awesome. Two little girls do beautiful daughters sophie. S she's three. Charlotte is turning one january seventh. They're very close. So that means you also moved here with like a three month old. oh yeah. Kobe baby like being polite. Laura is from el salvador in guatemala liberty. For three or four years moved el salvador. We met in a bible program in memphis tennessee. She was there just for the year when she went back to. Those salvador we connected fell in love got married on valentine's day and fifteen salvador way through a two year process of four. An i went thirty visa for her to come. And just do that. Process gadgets up. Our hearts for the topic of immigration had cuba church. And now we're now. We're here doing a ton of work intern. Austin and i felt like i've been in austin for ten years but work that i've been we've been doing but it's been amazing. Yeah it's been awesome. Well i think everyone's gonna look back on twenty twenty and say it's like the year that actually was three. You know it's like oh my gosh was actually one year crazy. It's been crazy. I was telling someone last night about something that happened in march right before everything. Shut down in austin. Texas and i was just thinking that feels like a lifetime ago that that happened and also on the flip side it felt like march lasted an eternity. And then what happened to november. I'm like what's happening right now. It's this crazy everything. Every twenty twenty has been a very interesting year to say the least ups and downs. Blessing the mr pelvic but also you know a roller coaster been calling sanctifying ride. It's been a roller coaster. That's like thank of occasion process. It's fine here and they're renouncing downs and we will never forget this year. We will never forget it when you did your interaction and i was like. Oh my gosh. There are seventy eight things that we could talk about. But i i do want to ask you. You just kind of summed it up when you look back at twenty twenty. I mean. I didn't realize that you guys had moved right before everything shut down. I didn't realize you had a newborn when this happened. And so you came here for a pastoral position you also run organization that we're going to dive into because i'm so interested in it when you look back at twenty twenty years described it as a sanctifying rollercoaster. But what have you learned about yourself your family. What if you learned in the midst of all this do like i think we get to the end of two thousand twenty and everyone will go. That's the worst year. I want to shut the door. I'd never wanna look back. But i'm a big believer but the there's also blessings and there's also good things in the midst of everything that's how god works you know. So what does that for you. Will you ask the question. Document last night all honoring on it when he got has been teaching me in two thousand and twenty one hundred beautiful things and i think every dad can contest this is the being able to spend more time with your family and i got his really convicted me in the midst of trying to figure out. You know running an organization being pastor so often i can fall into somehow believing the ministry that god has given me to proclaim the gospel and duke at work sometimes become more important than my wife and my children and that is that's what god has rocked me with dizzy. He told me this year. Now you know there's times where you just need to hang up your work at three. Pm or two pm. 'cause i create my own hours you know and you just need to go hang out with your family and graciously..
Why a private section of the border wall is allegedly failing
"By Iraq war veteran Bryan Cole Fatchett, triple amputee. They wanted to raise a billion dollars to quote build Trump's wall. The targeted mission Texas in the Rio Grande Valley, one of the busiest illegal border crossing areas in the country, all on the border. We're here building. You gotta help out. They had started producing the video's promoting this project and they were on the property. They started clearing the property before anyone really knew what was going on The company Clearing the riverbank to build the private wall was Fisher Sand and Gravel. Tommy Fisher, the company's CEO, had been trying and failing to land a lucrative border wall contract from the government. Since 2017. When the Trump administration began soliciting Wall design concepts. Fisher was one of the companies to put up a prototype. Officials of the Department of Homeland Security said it had design flaws. A second bid was also rejected. Frustrated Tommy Fisher took another approach. We really believe with our patent pending system, we could bring sexy. Back to construction. He became a fixture on Fox News, the president's favorite network at the time, people time sounding less like a contractor and more like a contestant on a reality show pandering to an audience of one, You know, hopefully the president will see this as well. And he's a guy who says he can cut through bureaucracy two weeks after that appearance on Fox In April of 2019. I don't know if you heard about this contractor that said he could build the whole wall for a lot cheaper than anybody else. Yes, I have. We're dealing with him. Actually, Fisher Comes from North Dakota. Recommended strongly by a great new senator. As you know, Kevin Cramer, by May of 2019 Tommy Fisher had the president's attention but still couldn't land a contract to build the government's wall. The Army Corps of Engineers, which oversees border wall construction, pointed to the company's lack of experience building border walls to prove they could fissure teamed up with we build the wall. First in New Mexico and later here on the banks of the Rio Grande admission. On the banks of any rivers difficult. But building on the raging Rio Grande is especially challenging, made more complicated because the U. S Mexico border but straight down the middle of it. So any plans to build on it must be approved by the International boundary and Water Commission for I, B. W C. Sand and gravel didn't get that approval before they started. Bulldozes. What steps did they skip? All of them. What should they have done? They should have gone to the I B W c to the A and presented their plan an actual plan. What about this idea that you know this is private money being used on private land and a landowner could do whatever he wants. They absolutely can do whatever they want on their property. As long as it doesn't affect other people's property. And you think the wall infringes on other clearly does. The way the bollards were built is gonna cause clogging of that wall, So those followed the trash or debris could get stuck in there and then the waters. It's a giant break, just like a rake in your yard. It's going to catch all that debris and redirect that water. Penna filed a lawsuit on behalf of a neighboring wildlife refuge called the National Butterfly Center, which feared the wall would cause flooding to its property. U. S government also suit on behalf of the I. B. W C. Good walls make good neighbours. But this wall did not. We've got rogue priest running around anti Trump anti Won't we build the walls? Bryan Cole fragile, launched attacks against anyone who opposed their wall. Falsely saying the national Butterfly Centre was the site of a rampant sex trade and that the Army Corps of Engineers was part of the deep state even took game and Father Royce Nights a local priest to oppose the Trump wall. Accusing him of promoting child trafficking. Also not true. We build the wall people came after you personally and that's something I didn't even know who they were. They're coming after the local priest. Yeah, I guess you're not from around here comes from around here. We can. Even Mom and Dad can disagree about things without being mean and nasty. Last December, Brian Colfax bragged in an interview that we build the wall had a direct line to the White House. We have Crispo back and Steve Bannon A lot of people that are tied in with the Trump administration, so we're able to back channel things to the Trump Administration and let them know what we're doing, But what they were doing was falling apart. A recent engineering inspection after summer storms revealed deep gashes under the foundation of the wall. That's Mariana Trevino, right, who runs the Butterfly center line underneath it. This was a normal seasonal rainfall and what happened to the wall the foundation washed out from under enormous sections of it, His attorney said after this, that this is just a normal part of new construction if you walked out of your new house And had a 30 FT hole under your home foundation. Would you consider that normal? There's the end of the hall right
"trevino" Discussed on Junior Golf Blueprint
"You can't put a price tag or what. A person feels about the sacrifices that they've made right like if I feel that that tax for that our taste spent is the difference between me and player because that player would never sit here for an hour. And do this while I'm winning. I'm winning that brought to you by Christian. Vino Chris was on the CONDO. Having listened to that episode of back to a Lotta great coaches in that episode and band. Chris brings it. I love is energy. I love his style. He's not BS Kinda Guy and tells it like it is and if you don't like it too bad but this is the way he does and why does it so well mopping so Christmas boy and I really enjoyed chat with him and a live his story how he got to the game is really unique and not many people can say they had a story like this and how they got into the game of golf so you don't want to hear how he got into the game because guarantees not like how you did it so if you like what we had to say today. Michigan go follow social media. He's Trevino Golf Institute on my older. Pj Fisher subscribe to the podcast and share it with your friends. So that way everybody hear these stories. be forewarned. I went through insensitive. Most of that's where where's my miss a couple along the way but I got as many as I could find so that sit back enjoy and listen to what it true. Legend has about playing a game. No Bs Conaway Scope Art Ladies and Gentlemen. Today on the podcast. We are bringing the infamous Chris. Trevino from the CONDO. Show who I spent about an hour slash times. Three Hours Censoring half information. But he has brought an unbelievable amount of wealth to that episode alone that I had to bring him on. Again is a professional golfer whose is now turned professional coach. And he coaches a bunch of kids up at the Devito Golf Institute in Reno Nevada. He is a phenomenal person to be around in phenomenal player. So I'm really excited to bring on the show because the best part about this guy is that he tells it like it is there's no sniffing around the Rose Bushes with this guy. I can appreciate that so Chris give everybody a little bit of background man. How'd you get in the game of golf? Oh man what's up? Y'All thanks for having me on the show. I appreciate it Let's see golf. Well a total for those that you'll listen of GRUZA podcast They've heard the story a time or two but Essentially I was a little bit of a smaller kid growing up and didn't A lot of athletic ability but it wasn't that big in size and my dad's sort of sat me down on my fourteenth birthday and said Hey I got this Idea of Um which is going to have. You probably not playing too many of the sports that you like to play anymore and you're gonNA start playing golf because I don't have any money to send you to college so if you.
"trevino" Discussed on Spanish Aquí Presents
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"trevino" Discussed on Spanish Aquí Presents
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"trevino" Discussed on Spanish Aquí Presents
"The car and my boyfriend and I was like we. I did a bit about ghost and rumor was. Oh Right. Right Act listeners. Williams took me yes in ghosts. Yes here we see the see. This is how my guess would Li- didn't even think about that. Actually I didn't even yeah. I didn't until after and then my boyfriend's like oh that's cool okay. She's doing it on purpose. I didn't get any nudge. Like really Nelson. Nobody thought about that and I was like I never told you and now that I saw you I was like Oh my God. What a random like. But that didn't hit you till afterwards until I was driving on my boyfriend and like I was like wait a minute and then I clicked and he was like okay. Cool so him. It was like whatever but I was like at the moment. I don't know I thought that was really random connection. Yeah I was actually a precedent. He just went for it to crush. She jumped up because pilots seem to. I mean we. It was so good when she when the baseball with celebrity so good that we posted it and people think that. It's a sketch good Commitment from her was awesome. I mean it was really good really. I was really happy like it was one of the best shows we had the here and now that you are kind of like on a little bit of a break you guys finished shooting. Roswell you dig. It picked up for season three. So you'll be back at it soon. What are things that your you'd like to do now just to like I guess chill or not when it doesn't involve acting. I know you like the snow I do I. Do I love snowboarding? I love snowboarding Yes stories hobbies. Yes I I was just in big bear yesterday. I know I saw that and I was like GonNa be here right back. Everybody's always like..
"trevino" Discussed on Spanish Aquí Presents
"Taxes quickly and easily and get back to all those amazing things people do everyday. People are people guys and we're back from our coffee the break with the one. The only Michael Trevino unhappy to be here. Yes we finally got you on. You've been you've been far away from I have. I have a man so far away man. Listen to our web in Santa Fe. New Mexico has six months working out there but but I am back home back homeless especially officially yes. That's where you guys Roswell we do. We do shoot in Santa Fe New Mexico when we started in August and we're out there six months Thirteen episodes and you've been doing this for a minute. Now I have well we finished. We just finished the second season of the series and So we're we're done. We're on high now but we did get picked up for season three bouts so it's nice to know that we'll be back out there in another six months. Do you feel like you've been out there long enough that you might think of getting property. I have so many. No I'm not only is always a half friends that I've been doing with the breaking bad And then I have Jesse friend of mine when he was industrial. Donnie ended up by something because it was just easier name dropper. He's I know I know people. I know it's it's definitely thought about it because it's like you know after season one. You don't know if this series is going up again. We got picked up for season two. We're going to go three so now I I. You know I'm trying to see if it's worth it. Yeah I have looked at properties so bad but I do like Santa Fe. I mean we shot the pilot in Albuquerque. But we spend most of our time in Santa Fe and it's really It's beautiful out there. Yeah it's Nice. It looks really pretty sure it is. Yeah and you'd get to do that with our girl. Janine yes Janine Mason. Yeah we love. Go anything Miami she is she is she is yes she she. She rips a hard for Miami. She's our leader. You know that the leader of our show and she's just so talented Prepared and she brings it day in and day out and and you know those those long hours all week and she's just really really own the down. Yeah I feel like she's the kind of person that would be just like at the end of the night for sure like exhausted but still the one. That's like all right pop and I think with her though because she's you know she comes from a dancing background and so I think like her like just the way she's focused on work is comes from her dancing background. You know. I'm not a dancer but I would imagine that you know that. Hersal Jackson everything she just. I think she brings that into into her work and she's always paired. What is your performance? Background? How you came up how I I you know. I honestly didn't start getting into this business until after high school. I didn't do any any drama. I just you know I. I grew up in Los Angeles and I grew up in Montebello Boyle Heights amalgamated close by. I'm in Monterey. Of course I got you know I got my mom. She's still boyle heights. But I have family in Monterey Park Hambur South Pasadena But yeah you still is home for me and so it always always has been la. We'll always be home but I you know I went to you. Know went to private school private high school and then after that you know. I went to Pasadena City College and I was trying to figure out. What do I WANNA do? Do I wanNA maybe tried to transfer to USC and get a degree in something and and at the time I was like well? What's going on over here on the way they're making movies and this TV and I kind of want to be part of his Cadillac in the back of your head was always always young age and I think where it started from honestly was My Dad when I was really young he would take me to the movies constantly. And every every weekend we'd be in the movies and we'd see about like maybe three movies in one day and it was It was I was at a younger age. Exhausting yeah it'd be passed out.
"trevino" Discussed on Spanish Aquí Presents
"Spanish. God Love Donny Oscar. Is You know doing his Oscar things. He's got meetings these meetings which as he might come back he might roll through in the middle of this. Of course we never know with Oscar. Yeah we we are all you know love and let let him go during that time. Love Oscar you. Let him go if he comes back was meant to be he might come back but he will not answer attack. Shusha visual well. We know baby steps. You know what I mean. He's consistent with his brand. That's important. I mean yeah. He's very. He's very poor Oscar across the board. It's hard to take it personal because everybody you ask. That's affected by. This is very much like hey does this help to. Yeah okay. I'll go yeah. I think I've been asked so many times to because I think people know how intense I am. I mean you guys know you'll wake up in the morning like interns shut up it'll be like sap threat and it's like Bluh Bluh Bluh Bluh Bluh when I look and I'm like Oh my God. I need an alarm. Sometimes I forget to put it on for Commute and I just get woken up by a barrage of texts messages. Put your phone on airplane mode peaceful. Sleep Well No. I can't do that battle remember. I got shit going on. That's why I can now. I know afraid to put an airplane mode because if something an emergency in the middle I also I also have my family in Miami or parts of the East Coast and they wake up earlier so I I also like no. I've been I've been woken up to unfortunate news whenever that is and I guess I'm happier that like I woke up to it then slept and then was like three hours later. I know but Yeah guys how you doing? How was your weekend very good? Yeah we're recording this. You know what I mean. This could lead into our Pika. I mean we're already there. Let's let's do it all right guys. I wrote three little quick theme songs. You did three. I did three because you don't want US saving for. I think I got a I got up on this grim into the top brooming breeding birds at the time brimming with ideas. I am very uranium. Do Okay here. We got belly number. One look at the peak is that I got. I'm still from the block. Hey I'm.
Mike Minor, Rangers deal Yankees 1st shutout in 221 games
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"trevino" Discussed on Directionally Challenged
"Won't. We gotta shout out. Michael Trevino gotta shout out. Michael Trevino before I leave because Michael Trevino is an absolute gem, the kind of guy who text me other day and said yo dude just went out for an audition for this role that I think you'd be even better at you should get an audition for it. That's the kind of guy Michael Trevino as I love him. I love that. But thank you so much. Both you guys everybody for having me. Come back. Yeah. Okay. Bye. Bye. Well, Vlams is just a delight. Now, all I want is cheesy fries. He paints a picture of food. Very well. I'd only known him from acting class. It was so fascinating to hear about his whole life story in his you know, how he got into acting and also his relationship with his family in in his self like as he was growing up. I'm you know, I had no idea we neither of us knew that he was going to share what he'd been through at such young age with this to stop stone level, not at all. And actually as he was leaving here. He didn't plan on sharing that either. But when he was here, he just felt compelled to share it. So I feel honored for him to have told that story on this podcast and opened our brains to this whole world that I truly didn't know much about either. Yeah. Me either. Especially those are ages when your late teens and early college years like you're trying to really figure out who you are a totally different way than you do in your thirties. I think and so for him to have the wherewithal to say like, no, I'm gonna go check. On myself to make sure that I'm okay, I feel like I need to go check in with the doctor like just remember like don't put off those doctors appointments, ladies and gents if you feel like something's going on like why not get an opinion or a second opinion or third opinion. Like, listen to your gut and definitely take those appointments like that. That's what it reminded me at the end of the day to love that. And yeah, he's just so self assured and has such an interesting perspective on the world. And I'm glad that he came to share it with us. And I feel proud in a way only because we've known him and before the show and now to see the success, and he's one of the good ones. So you always want the Goodwin SIS he is definitely one of the good ones. Well, we're gonna have all of those pictures up that we kinda chatted about. So if you guys haven't already go to add Candice Kayla on Instagram, and we're gonna have some really funny pictures fee guys to see, and maybe we might write notes to our twelve year old self. Absolutely. And we will hang out with the guys next week season by hey Kayla. Are you dreaming? A beach vacation and Lou. Yeah..
"trevino" Discussed on Directionally Challenged
"Oh, did you. Well, you know, what really listened to every episode? We we look fan. We've really never looked better. And better I think they encapsulate youth. Really? It's really like an artistic like perspective of youth in the photos is one way to put it. We're very, shiny and our eyes. Look, very tired. But we we made breakfast. We did we were still a unit. Still a team we celebrated Easter together while we shot the pilot. We went up to Whistler together. And for those of you who haven't seen the photos, we can put them up again. But we all just look like the young version of versions of ourselves. I think Zack has shirt off cooking breakfast for sure, you know, we talked about her a few episodes ago. So if you wanna listen back. Yeah. But that was a really special time. And I think it's set the bar for the experience that we were going to have once we got to Atlanta to start filming because I had never been. On a pilot or show ever. So I assumed oh, this is just how it always is. And I still have that assumption. But I guess it's not that was really special and did you once you're moving to Atlanta. What what did your family say? What did your friend say? What were you feeling? I felt really excited because it was Kevin Williamson. And I remember at that time it was like a, wow Dawson's creek in the screen movies. And there was a lot of buzz around vampires at the time because of I think twilight just answered blood, and so everybody had talked about this pilot. And the fact that we all booked, then we're a part of it was really exciting because we had a great feeling for it. And I also remember this was how many years do we after gossip girl? It was gossip girl was on. Its is was on its way out. It was like starting. There was I think it was still going, but we were definitely like this was a new big. We w hat as much buzz as gossip girl for the time. And so knowing that I just felt really. Really lucky in grateful and just really excited excited. Like, oh, man. You know, here comes the fame and fortune. So what's it like to go back to Montebello? Now. Now that you've had all this success. And now that you have did people treat you differently. Does your family treat you differently? Oh, no, no, not at all not at all. No. I mean, that's and that's what family's four still going have family in Montebello Alhambra, Boyle heights, and they're all around in. I'm lucky enough having grown up in in Los Angeles that my family's all around. And I see them for the holidays and see them often really do people call you Michael because we all call you Trevino. And so it always feels weird coming out of my mouth, and I'm like, hey, Michael, Michael Trevino Trevino or do they know my family? No, they call me. They call me. Michael father calls me Magoo and friends everywhere ever since high school. It's Trevino because there were just so many many Michael's around common name. I think and I think because I played sports all four years of high school. Everybody went by the last name, so Trevino just stuck let sport did you play. Call. So okay. You were the only one that knew how to do play football at the football episode for vampire diaries. Yes. It was as exact you had to play as well. But Paul Paul did not love Paul Wesley. But you cannot catch a football to save your life. On. Yes. So that was a long day. I didn't know that. He didn't know how to is. He was he just like no he knew how to play. But it's like he just had a problems catching the football. And then. Yeah. But but we all know fallen. He was just like you gotta throw it. You got it. It's not it's not voter figures. It's how you're throwing it. So he just wasn't throwing the proper spiral to get right into the diamond of Paul. Yeah. That's amazing. When did you know when we were at Lanta because I think the the females and the males had a very different experience when it came to fame and notoriety..
"trevino" Discussed on WEEI
"The judge. Goes. Hi spa. Glass. Aaron judge at one. Scoreboard. All right here comes. Now's the call on the Yankees radio network judge taking Liam Hendriks a deep in the first inning. And the Yankees took a quick to nothing lead. Now, the as pitching staff kind of settled down after that. I mean pitching staff I mean bullpen guys because that's exactly what they did. It was bullpen guys. Trevino comes in and gives them three innings, and he was stellar. And he is just such as stud- reliever. All those guys on the as role stud relievers Trevino gives them three solid innings. Kelly gave them one solid inning then Fernando Rodney. And this is where the game got out of hand sixth-inning Fernando. Rodney comes in. He doesn't register and out. He does not register in out puts two guys on Blake training enters the game enshrining who is probably this season. This season's most dot. Minen closer an ERA of below one. And what happens you.
"trevino" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
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How to get your ideal client's attention
"To capture your ideal clients attention, whether it's online on your website on social media, or if you're at a business of dent and you're meeting people, who are your potential clients, you want to use language that is their language. You want to describe. The things you help people do because most entrepreneurs you either help. Someone solve a giant boulder of a problem, right? That's blocking them hats, the rest of their life, right? Or you help them chief this giant dream. That feels like it's as far away as Mars. So when I ask people to get clear on their ideal client, it's really getting down to it's even more than a niche. You've got a target market, you think of his beach fall right now, then you think of a niche market? Well, that's a medicine ball, like a workout, all of its smaller, and that's that's a good start. But I like to say, go further drill down to the diamond in the centre, your perfect ideal client and get to know them better than they know themselves get to know them. Like, you know, your family journal. I recommend journal some people like to write your computer, asked yourself everything about them. Sure. You saw problems for him, that's that's just the beginning. Why do they want to solve the problems? What are their emotional drew. Drivers? What gets them up in the morning? You start with what are they wake up at two AM going God. If I don't fix, you know, ABC problem a my life and my businesses over, right, we'll hold on to help clarify for second because I think you crossed over into a separate area and I want to make sure that I haven't lost anybody that's in our community. We started by talking about things like marketing, and then we started to develop a maybe an idea that might be sales or or there's definitely difference between sales and marketing. So how is it that we can teach ourselves? We have to understand what our market wants, but we also have understand how to present it to our market so that when they come to us as result of our great marketing that we're about to go into, we don't feel like we are being to sales a, you're too pushy for them because isn't that one of the issues that many people have factly feeling. They don't want to throw in horn. They don't wanna feel overly self promotional, but the way around that is to think about marketing number one, you're being of service when you're telling potential clients how you help. Others just like them. You talk about the outcomes. You shove very brief stories about how you help people just like them solve problems just like they have. It's interesting because it's almost like you're educating the people that are coming to you as to the things that you've done that have been good in the past with other clients and all your basically doing sharing the other client story about how you were able to solve their problem thinking. Maybe there's some crossover if you've done it. Right. And your only marketing to a specific niche market, they probably have very similar problems. They probably have the same questions at many. Your other clients have an all you're really doing is solving the problem through sharing the story of how you solve the problem for somebody else.
"trevino" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"On the count Workings and Trevino He's faced in one time in San Francisco last week. In neutrino retired he didn't strike an Olson on the back. First with hundred Pence Now the scratch Here's, the pitch Abud but he pops it on the air foul off to the right and into the giants dugout So Not a bad, idea but the the execution was. Horrible And in this ballpark it makes you a, little nervous because there's, so much room in foul territory That AT and, t. part I think that would have been well back out of. Place several rows into, the seats but here never reached the seeds led right into the giants dugout So he's behind the cow oh to Trevino going for strikeout Duggar. On, deck Here it is Cutter off the. Outside of him he. Took it Sorta cutter in ninety two ninety three. Miles an hour Just As as nasty, pitches you'll see One and two the countdown Hansel the possible tying run with great speed, down the line from third pants a very fast runner away from I and the pitch swing a. Foul off the right field line that's back into. The crowd That was a ninety eight mile. An hour fastball from Trevino.
"trevino" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"But of course you have plenty of people plenty of people a net and politicians who will see what wasn't a right from birth because they weren't born here rick what are you thinking is you listen to the debate over daca this week very hot this week well the first thing that comes to mind is the uh the historical connections where you know the rest of the program which was a i think he was can't that jfk campaign against the press a program saying that you know the immigrants taken away our jobs and of course lbj ended the press settle program um however if you look at the law it made illegal immigration illegal and harboring illegal immigrants illegal but hiring illegal immigrants was never illegal so i think there's some it's uplifting meets a political it's in its it will continue to be a political issue to get boats swings illegals you may find for it now of course i guess right you can but the fines are really not that hefty i mean if you get audited but to me it's it's it's a cashflow country and i think that it's it's you're seeing the conservative party understanding their base their bases is going to respond to a anything that's against them you know illegal immigration nuts it's a heavy votegetter but the economy you say is sort of liens against that because people are ready to hire and have the work done it's actually i mean the eight eight american businesses are open for business and come across and so um until american businesses shut it down to level at legal immigration i think you're going to continue to see the the flow of illegal immigrants coming into work there was a time when richter trevino's work was in anything but a political the first album that he did in spanish it was it was a big success but that was the label demanding that he do it in spanish uh i guess you were frayed rick that you'd be seen as a as a crossover that you weren't you weren't tejano coming to country your country and you were worried about how this would spin you into the world.