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"tulio" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Garner in 2014 and Tulio sued to get his job back. But this week, an appeals court rejected the loss. Suit from the Southern California Toyota dealers. Traffic Center. We make it easy it slow on the five in turbine thistles. The South bound side worms seem to place leaving baked parkway taking you ahead to adjust about El Toro Road. The driver opens up for just a bit, But then you're on the break the head from about love paws all the way down towards the almost J. Sarah right before you see that barn on the right at far, Marcus Farms to drive opens up. Let's check in with Mike O'Brien KF Eye in the sky. Sponsored by injury. Attorney Superwoman super lawyer dot com. He's got Irwindale Anna Stank for the 2 10. What? Hell Freeway eastbound just past our Window Avenue. It's just a hair before reverting here. The accident. Solving a big break. Just blocking the right lane. In fact, they're just getting over to the right shoulder. You're taking it on the chin, though it downtown Pasadena. The only good news It does loosen up quite a bed for a while. You will be back on the brakes go out of, uh, planned on and off into Rancho Cucamonga. And if you are transitioning towards the high desert there in the cold past, 15 north found at about 10. What Is an accident there. That's off to the right shoulder, but it's adding a miserable drive to 10 up to the 1 38 introduce an accident visit superwoman super lawyer dot com. Mike O'Brien, KF eye in the sky K A pie in the sky helps get you there faster. I mean to Martinez. You get insurance to protect you when you've been injured in an accident, But Usually doesn't go down that way. You end up in a fight, and that's why you need sweet James accident attorneys. Hey, Here's what you can expect. When you get hurt the insurance company that promised to protect you. I'll offer to pay was little is possible for your injuries. So Bull you doesn't mean you. You're left alone with mounting medical bills, lost wages and more If you want to be protected after you've been hurt in an accident you call sweet James Accident attorneys 805 152 100, They're gonna help you get the medical treatment You need fix your car. All their team of attorneys. Make sure you get the maximum compensation insurance companies know.
Brazil's President Downplays Pandemic Despite Rising Cases In His Hometown
"Acknowledges this or not. President Trump leaves office next month with an awful statistic attached to the last year of his administration. The number of Americans who have died from the coronavirus The U. S. Has led the world for months in covert 19 deaths behind the U. S. Is Brazil, but so far the pandemic has done little damage to the standing of its president. Joy your Bolson Aro. The latest coronavirus hot spot is his hometown Rio. Deja, narrow. NPR's Philip Reeves is there and sends this report. Wear outside a bar below the Sugarloaf Mountain. Thies drinkers don't seem worried by this city's new surgeon deaths or the growing waiting list for beds. Hundreds of mass close people crowd together. The only bubbles here are in beer glasses when the pandemic began, most people in this part of Rio tried to follow the rules. Closed businesses and stayed home. Medical experts approved Brazil's president president did did not not broke broke apart apart point point My My sure sure Jacob Jacob Ostinato Ostinato downplayed downplayed the the Corona Corona virus virus from from the the start. start. His His chest chest ized ized governors governors and and mayors mayors for closing local economies. He surged Brazilians not to be cities. Everyone has to die sometime, he says. When Brazil's death count rose above 5000 back in April. Also not a was asked to comment. Okay, let me get prosecuted so well, the president replied. Sorry. What you want me to do about it? That number is now above 190,000 Thea. Other day, Boss Narrow, addressed a packed crowd of supporters. He didn't wear a mask, nor did most of them. In Rio shot A Marcus watches both scenarios conduct with alarm that's led you those are the epitome it off of there, like a market is a community leader here in seduction, today's or city of God, It's one of Rio's many for Bella's about 1.5 million people live in them, They're often pour over crowded neighborhoods neglected by government. When covert arrived, Marcus and his fellow activists decided the city of God must protect itself. Those introducing the six inch think faith. We launched the social media information campaign, explains Marcus. He handed out masks and went door to door urging residents to socially distance. You said back out of the temple market, says his mission became harder after Boston Otto called the Corona virus a little flu. Both Granados stands since the beginning, absolutely pushed people to think there was nothing going on. It wasn't serious or they didn't need to do anything that I said Williamson is from catalytic communities along profit that supports community development in for Bella's. She says, when someone who must work to survive here's both scenarios messaging. She just thinks, okay, well, if the direction from the top is that there's no big deal, then I can go back to business. As usual, Williamson's organization runs a project tracking covert cases in the favelas. It's long, several 1000 deaths, but condition too tough and getting reliable data is difficult. I don't trust the numbers at all. Just don't the true picture is likely, much worse. Got it inspects units downtown toe. Williamson recently chaired an online conference in which people from for Bella's talked about what they're going through now, my only a disguise his name look a sugar, which our people are dying at home because they can't get healthcare, says A woman called Anna Paulus. Alice Ela says, C'mon, I opened is seen amiable, another handle a local service. Says she lost five friends to covet in one week. When both scenario took office, many commentators derided him as a know nothing. Retired Army captain from the far right, that's wrong, says Marcus Nobly, He's Glover. Of course, his clever he's clever in his cunning. Nobody has written a book about bullshit, narrow and is one of his faces critics. Let's get rid off this discourse that postal nado is dumb that both tomorrow is crazy. He doesn't strategy. You think that he's stupid? He's not both the knowledge popularity has actually gone up since the pandemic began. He made a bet that despite the thousands of deaths at the end of it, Brazilians will care about their jobs. All of the stone cool is professor of international relations at the Should Tulio Vargas Foundation in Sao Paulo, Even though his strategy can be considered to be morally reprehensible, you know, from an electoral point of view. It's actually quite effective. Both scenarios. Unexpected popularity also has a lot to do with money worried about soaring unemployment, his government's funding the most costly welfare program in Brazil's history. It's making emergency payments to 65 million of the poorest Brazilians. Well, God, by shown on that plan was in fact approved by Congress. Yet the president's getting the credit while other side's going there, Jenny, Although President Chinese there was another, it was a brilliant idea says You've done the same thing. Silver sells coconuts and cocktails. On a beach in Rio called Prive Amillia. He was stuck at home for several months because his beach was closed by Cove it when we do we've got step Gordon Carter. That was really tough, He says. Emergency payments about $120 a month. Helped his family survive that silver used to be a leftist, You know? God, I miss you both on audio. If we my everyday my Jamie. He says that the next election, both Sanada gets his boat real dish. Nero is now gearing up for the new year in an unusually subdued mood. Normally, there's this to look forward to a massive New Year's Eve party for more than a million people on Copacabana beach that's canceled. Most here are waiting for the vaccine. Even that is a source of friction with boss and arrow. Medical experts want as many Brazilians as possible to be vaccinated. The president's critics say he seems to want the opposite. Bull scenario has said mandatory vaccinations off a dog's, which you will know what time I was here, he says. He won't be having one it punch it up. And that's that.
AIG Names Zaffino to Succeed Duperreault as CEO; Will Spin Off Life Insurance Business
"Its next CEO, indicating he'll run a smaller and simpler cos. The firm splits off its life insurance business shares up now by 3%. After ours, Tulio
"tulio" Discussed on The Current
"Well Brazil sauce, our universal health system as a unique characteristic that the three government levels. The states the federal and the municipalities are independent, and they can make their own decisions, so governors and mayors can make their decisions as long as they don't go against the federal law. The federal law hasn't stated anything so far, so governors have been able to determine what they want to do, but this has not been successful all over Brazil in the same way. Tell me more about that I. mean it's a huge country, and there are many different communities in it, so which are the communities that are being hit hardest by this? At the communities that usually the communities that have less infrastructure less sped availability less structure for primary health care. LESS ICU bats. That's capacity is a home a which would those communities be wh? Where where are they located in? Who are is living in those communities? Well we are talking about the Brazilian citizens in the North States and did not northeast states. So, it's usually the poorer communities urine Sao Paulo described the situation in the FA. Vela's the in your community. The! While some metropolitan region is also very heterogeneous so There are some neighborhoods where there's a ability of resources. People eventually can be at Home Office because they are still employed and they have homes in some of the valleys, people don't have jobs. Many of them cannot stay isolated in within their houses and some of them. Don't have salaries to rely on to feed their children, so they have to go to the streets to work to get some money to make some money. What about indigenous communities in the? Or the more remote areas of Brazil. HOW VULNERABLE WITH THOSE COMMUNITIES! They would be very vulnerable because they have lower immunity, but. Coffee it is a announced that the attacks populations so if the the white people in fact? don't go there and up. There won't be any cases, but in in one or two communities there have been context. The government stopped releasing. The numbers of people who were dying and the figures were difficult to get a hold of their also been real questions around testing in Brazil and perhaps people don't even know how wide spread this disease actually is. How concerned are you about the? A very much because we could not. Make sure that the public policies are right before we have guests enough test so we are waiting for the test to come. They have not been here nowadays. There are some policies in some different states, regarding population testing and testing in different ways, but the availability is not for the whole population. So this is not easy. Health experts at the University of Washington were predicting more than one hundred twenty five thousand deaths from covid nineteen in Brazil given those alarming figures. How likely is it? Do you think that the president will reconsider his Or lack thereof to tackling this an act quickly before it's too late. I think it's already it for some cases. It's already too late. But this is a political year, so they're going to be probably municipal elections by the end up the year, so it's delicate moment politically speaking so I, don't really see how the the president is going to change his direction, and as you said I mean, the population is still split even after the most recent election. Oh Yes oh, yes, the most recent collection! There were more people who voted for him so Nowadays there at the thirty percents that still support him strongly, but there's starting to be a movement saying we are seventy percent, so, but it's still slow and It's just starting Anna Maria I appreciate your time this morning. Thank you. I thank you. Anna Maria leak is a professor of health management at the Fundus. Oh Tulio Vargas, a research institute, and think tank.
"tulio" Discussed on Mission Daily
"In twenty seventeen. That was after Giulio had made its first offer to acquire the company. All of this is in the public filings. So I'm not saying anything that is already out there and at the time we are a keen to continue to build As a standalone company. We we loved our company. We love our culture. We're very happy to keep keep on keeping on by by the summer of twenty eighteen A year into being public Tulio came back and and We revisited the conversation again. Who's just clear to me that and and to the Jeff Lawson our founder. Ceo ATTILIO. That we could do so much more together than we could Apart and the the the synergy between the two businesses was was so complimentary our visions were so aligned and candling we were either going to end up battling each other or coming together as one And so we ended up making the decision to come together and Insert Doing Jeff. And I had a lot of conversations about culture and I have so much respect for Jeff. And admiration for so many different reasons. A one of the Maybe chief among them is is how how much he also cares about culture and the people on his teams So he asked me a lot of questions about our culture not just where we were similar but where we were different and we spent a lot of time talking about those differences and how we thought we would navigate those if and when we were one one company and I do believe deeply that when an acquisition occurs you really do have to become one company. We had a tie. We have tagline across the organization that is we have to forge one teen. There's there's no way for a everyone is now a trillion. You know you have to retire. Before H is we had to retire. The ourself nomenclature of graders is what we call Saturday. Boys no longer graders Williams now and some of those things were hard but we did them on day one from the time we we made the acquisition are we closed the acquisition made it very clear to folks that we needed to bring these teams together. And so I'm I'm so grateful to the Jefferson and his leadership team. They're very thoughtful in work to Alex. That Tulio was also in the in the midst of re crafting it's Core value set and they have a list of seven core values and nine leadership principles or something that and and they realize that's too many people remember and they were going to our bridge and shortening consolidates. There's never going through that exercise right around the same time as the acquisition and so In effect we were able to than going that the team that was working on that wind and interviewed many dozens of of what we now a legacy standard employees trillions who are working ingrid and said you know how do you think about culture and tell us more about four inches cetera and then incorporated those And so it was before h is got embedded into the new values in the same way as The previous nine seven got got Got Rolled in so it worked out really well that we were able to adopt a whole new set of values together collectively as one company was neither. Legacy Sun Grid nor legacy twelve. Yeah that's a really really cool story. I like like how you went about that. Integration there and if I from my studying in reading your story a little bit Discovered that so when you first joined send grade you very proactively sought fundraising and it seems like you also proactively sought out the Council of Jeff. And you know very thoughtfully pursued that acquisition. So is it safe to say that you know? You're you're always thinking for years five years or maybe more more years ahead and if so how do you go about that balance of living in the present but also planning and thinking for the future real? I guess I would say you're Every CEO's job entrepreneur founder is is to imagine the world as you anticipated years out in the future. You really you know the the things that we do take years to manifest themselves and so you have to really have to think about what you think. The market landscape might look like years out the in in my particular case. I would say much of for the example. You mentioned you know getting together with Jeff for you know years years and before we ever talked about Anything related emanate was was in fact actually just genuine Humility to to learn because I was a new CEO in this new e Mail. Api developer economy. Category were jetted had founded. Twi- Leo in built from the ground up and we had a company that was that probably a year or two ahead of of sending in its scale Insulza genuine desire to learn and I would encourage all the founder. Ceo's out there listening you know always be making time to go and learn from others around you that are similar in either the pursuit of the segments or analogous because you can always learn done and so we did that but yeah I think you know it is. It is incumbent on another leader to think about if the world evolved in this way the market landscape moved in this way. What would we need to do? And and there is no question in my mind Early on that's Centigrade was either going to end up. adding our own SMS and push in in-app capabilities for other communication channels. We would we'd either be building our own partnering with somebody else. Like Giulio or combining forces with. But it'd be. It was very clear to May vary early that we wanted to have a multi channel. Communications that Having one channel in isolation was not what the market ultimately would need in. So you start to start to work. Accordingly in Samir now with expanding and having more resources of a larger company your vantage point is very very different and the view that you have at the Tech Landscape. And what's possible is transformed at this point so if you are providing advice or if you know you're talking to young CEO's or young founders these days who are in this current situation. What type of advice do you have for them? And is there a may be one piece of advice? You find yourself giving again and again. Gosh well provide maybe one. That's specific to the time we're in one. That's just a generic generically true at any time for the time wherein having my life I start up that I did from two thousand seven to two thousand ten. I lived through the great recession as the CEO. And I will often repeat for for founders entrepreneurs that are that are the brinks this pandemic Don't get burned by your cash. Burn that at this stage making difficult decisions around how you were going to mitigate that cash burn as you're willing business I think is just really aboard. There's just a little question that we'll be entering a period of significant economic contraction and Being Conservative and taking action now will will Behoove your business down the road and And of course every business situation is different but if you're a young company young startup you're going to need to be able to weather a storm that could be a short storm measured in months it could be a longer storm measured in orders and and you just need to look at your balance can figure out what that looks like and make the harder decision sooner than later. You know I think my my more generic advice Which is true independent of a timeframe I would say is a simple statement of being authentic and being vulnerable and the authentic side is there are so many different people out there that will spouse different styles of leadership different ways to to manage and and I'm one of them by the way I have a particular style that I love Gold Servant leadership and I could talk to you for a long time about that but it's not for everyone and so I would just encourage every leader. That's out there people Resonate with folks that they believe are really they're just authentically who they are and There'll be a self selection mechanism to be sure In like will will seek like in their in their leaders in the cultures that those leaders that creates But I think beaches being you is really important and I share that because you know when I was coming up the that the leaders that I had grown up under were were probably are very different stylistically than I am but extraordinarily capable but we're more of tops down top down. I have the answer type leader. I'm not at all that way. I'm definitely more of the let me. Wisdom.
1 week. 3 suicides. 1 tragic connection to school massacres.
"Just the past two weeks. There have been three deaths by suicide people who in different ways survived mass shootings. Two were teenagers who lived through the massacre at Marjory stoneman Douglas high school in Florida last year. The third was the father of a six year old girl murdered at sandy hook elementary school in Connecticut in two thousand twelve sandy and Lonnie Phillips know firsthand that kind of grief their daughter was killed nearly seven years ago in a mass shooting since then they've made it their mission to help others navigate the public, and sometimes political aftermath these tragedies they travel the country hoping to build a network of survivors and offer victims and families kind of survival guide to grief preparing them for a future. Few can imagine your identity has been stripped from you by their its mother or daddy or father. Or sister, brother? I no longer have that title. I no longer have that relationship. And when it's violence like my cars was that takes a long time to recover from some people think that there's a timetable for Greece. Yeah. Yeah. The five stages of grief. Right. And you go through all five of me think. Okay. Now, I'm done. And they don't tell you know, you get to start it all again, and they're out of sequence a lot of survivors. Just don't know that especially going into it. You might find that what you have done for the last twenty years of your life or thirty years of your life has absolutely no meaning to you anymore. And that was certainly the case for us. It wasn't long after their daughter's murder that sandy Lonnie Phillips quit their jobs. They've gotten rid of most of their belongings and rented out their house. So they can travel around the country to mass shootings hoping to meet survivors and offer help. Scene of a mass shooting is not an easy place to come to can be like walking into a stranger's funeral. We don't know each other yet, but we do now but in grief strangers can quickly become family. You got a second mom here. We sold the Phillips's in Thousand Oaks, California, where twelve people were gunned down at a country music or last November. It is one of the latest stops on their herp breaking journey. Evan lost somebody close to comprehend it. Just days before they arrived here. They were in Pittsburgh, where eleven people were murdered at the tree of life synagogue is so interesting what you're doing. You're not trained, therapists. You're not counselors, and yet you're have upended your lives and reaching out in a very individual way to people at compassion. That's what it is. Not a mine, it's about compassion compassion. We get from those people too. It's not like it's a one way deal. It was in two thousand twelve that their daughter. Jessica Galli was murdered along with eleven others in a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado. She was twenty four and an aspiring sports reporter. Can you take me back to that? He s. The young man that was with her Brent was like a son test, and she decided that she wanted to taking to the Batman movie. And when the shooting happened. They stood up and. Never made it out. Both France arrived. He he was shot trying to save her. He went into paramedic mode immediately. Because that's what he does for living. And the phone rang who call you from inside the. And I could hear the screaming going on in the background. He said there's been a shooting. And I said are you? Okay. And he said, I think I've been shot twice. And I knew them that. Okay. Something's bad. And I said, where's Jesse? Let me said. I tried. And I said is she? Okay. And he said, I did my best I tried. And I said, oh, God Brent told me she's dead. And he said, I'm really sorry. I started screaming, and she was sliding down the wall screaming, and I grabbed her and pick her up to the couch, and she kept beyond just he's dead. It's been six years now almost seven and there's not a day that goes by that we don't still get upset and still cry. Brother's suicide and a lot of people say, you know, you're now part of group which you never wish you'd be an lifetime membership and the cost of the dues might as way way too high. Sandy is sixty eight Launay seventy five twenty one. John they've been living mostly on savings, social security and goodwill. I know you're on a deadline occasionally crashing with friends days doing they started a nonprofit organization. Call saviours empowered to offer advice in kinship in the wake of mass shootings. I get a couple of hours, but also to give families practical information like how to deal with media attention or how to get a body home for a funeral. It's Lonnie just checking in on their things that happen to the families of people who've been shot in a mass killing that do not happen to families of somebody who is died under different circumstances. Exactly. The worst part is finding out that the day or child has been killed that there are already websites that have popped up and Facebook pages that have popped up saying this is a false flag. And this didn't happen. Did you have people saying just go wasn't real? She's cry. Actor a real she wasn't there. He didn't lose it. Outer all the time. Negra song sisters dead Bobby since just because murder. Sandy, son Jordan has been harassed and threatened by a man who like many conspiracy theorists claims. There was no massacre in Aurora. Today's number mother. It's hard to imagine. But similar harassment now happens to families almost every time. There's a mass shooting Ness the worst count of harm. You can do to someone and you're devastated peren become apparent becoming more devastated. Shooting at century theaters. Up to the massacre in Aurora, sandy and Lonnie who were gun owners themselves filed a lawsuit against companies that sold gear and amunition to their daughter's killer over the internet, the judge throughout the case and ordered them to pay more than two hundred thousand dollars to cover defendants legal fees contract with them consulting to declare bankruptcy. And now consult for a gun control group to make ends meet. Right here. But they say they keep that were separate from their outreach to survivors. We don't ever bring up gun TULIO. You never bring up politics or guns advocate. We don't recruit. We don't do any of that stuff until somebody shows an interest, and we tell them, you know, you're not ready yet. The course of their new lives has followed a roadmap of American tragedies. They started in new town. Then went to Isla vista San Bernardino, Orlando loss Vegas Sutherland springs. Parkland Santa Fe, Pittsburgh and Thousand Oaks each massacre is different. But the look sandy and Lonnie see on the faces of those left behind is the same can't believe in the campaign. I want to believe it on Akot and Mitch warrants seventeen year old son nNcholas who had just turned a swimming scholarship to college was murdered with sixteen others in parkland, Florida last year, I expect the come home any day, Walter the house such a great kid Nick's younger brother, Alex who was grazed by a bullet doesn't talk much about what happened. He was in a classroom across the hall from Knicks when the shooting began their parents were nearby. Waiting for school to let out Alex called us and said mama in back of an ambulance. I was hitting the back of the head. And in my mind, I didn't really worry about nNcholas because there's three thousand five hundred that that school one child shot. What's the odds of chew of my kids being shot? And I took off to the hospital finesse admit, you can wait for nNcholas and. Yeah. They waited for twelve hours before finally being told nNcholas was dead within days, a mutual friend connected them with sandy and Lonnie Phillips. Remember that first meeting? Yeah. Oh, of course, of course, they had a houseful of people we felt a little bit like we were intruding on a very private moment, which we were. But for a good reason, I I was a little skeptical in the beginning. And I'm thinking to myself, what do they want from us? Why are they here after speak until them which to we lasted for three hours three hours, though? Yeah. And they took the time just a year, and when not here Fran reason Fien ties because you're in a place. That's just not of this normal life. Can can't imagine when you open house in the morning. You're just like why should I get up today? Why should I do that? And it's just so painful to feel this pain the whole day, and then to meet somebody who has been through this and six year layers, and they're getting out of sandy and actually see a way through potentially. Right. What are some of the things you kind of the list of things? You worn a grieving parent list is I know you don't wanna get out of bed right now. But you're gonna live through this in spite of it just know that it's going to take you a long time. That's number one. Number two, people are ripping you off right now as we're speaking there's probably a gofundme page somewhere and raising funds for the families and that money goes into their Bank account. You'll never see it. So be careful who you trust. So it's an introduction mass shooting grief one, oh, one to help them keep up the Phillips's or trying to create a net. Work of survivors who can quickly respond to mass shootings anywhere in the country. Volunteers like, Shannon, Caputo she met sandy and Lonnie in two thousand seventeen after surviving the massacre at a music festival in Las Vegas when I first met them. I asked him if I could go to parkland with them because that was after Vegas, and she was like, no, Honey, you're not ready for this yet. She's telling her story, and I'm listening to her and
"tulio" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Earlier today in a serious multi vehicle crash on I ninety five in Attleboro. It's happened on the northbound side right by route one fifty two at person who was critically hurt is being treated right now at Rhode Island hospital. Several other people also hurt, but not as seriously they were brought to local hospitals to be treated, no word so far on what caused that crash or if anybody will face charges, some great pictures and quite a story for a man from Grafton who witnessed some wildlife drama unfolding right side, right outside his house. Get that story now from WBZ's KENDALL Buhl always allowed bang from the French doors leading from his basement to his yard bordering. Conservation land that startled Dennis to TULIO during his morning coffee. The source to Bob cat squaring off right outside his window. The TULIO ran and grabbed his camera and began snapping away from a discreet distance. I didn't go down the cellar and approached the French doors because I wanted to let them do their thing without being disturbed by me. They didn't even know. I was watching them. They were too, busy and other matters. I think territorial rights was as the law of the jungle often dictates the bigger of the two cats Walter mainly claim to Tulio's yard as his own for his part TULIO says he has an experience you'll never forgets and some great photos to you can see them at WBZ ten thirty dot com. Kendall Buhl WBZ Boston's NewsRadio eleven thirty two on Capitol Hill today House Democrats have introduced a new resolution to stop the president's national emergency. Mr. Trump declaring that emergency to to secure more money for his proposed border wall. The measure was introduced by congressman Joaquin Castro of Texas emergency at the border border-crossing. A decades low we have more resources committed to the border than we've ever had in our nation's history. When you look at the federal state and local resources has speaker Nancy Pelosi says the resolution will go to the rules committee Monday night, and it's expected to make it to the floor as early as Tuesday, and it could potentially be voted on that same day. Now, it's not clear if this. Resolution will actually then make it through the Senate some Republicans. There have expressed.
"tulio" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Welcome back to the pain relief. Relieffactor dot com studios. It's the sage Larry elder. I think President Trump needs the wisdom of Solomon to deal with this caravan of fourteen thousand people wanting to get into America, if he cents a military down there and they start shooting. Someone get killed. It would be a public relations nightmare for Trump, the Democrats and the liberal media would never stop talking about they call Trump. A murderer a killer should be president. They do this in their campaign to get people to vote against Trump and Republicans in two thousand twenty so what did he do? I Larry despite the WI fi. The United States dating core. Hey, raum and others like him that are trying to make yourself angry mob coming up women and children when it's about eighty five percent young men. This should be a wakeup call for California voters wake up after coming here. And you're gonna pay for you are going to pay for them. And when they come through. That's just the beginning and Gavin Newsom wants to give you all pre medical care wakeup, California. Thanks. I just wanna see what you think we let all these people coming in from on Duru. We'd let them all in all ten thousand. There's going to be right. We're going to be faced with roving ban. People roving around causing trouble. We're protected from that. But. I think she's kind of a lot of trouble roaring bear, the mob, invasion from Latin America that reminds me of a movie with Cheech Marianne born in the USA when they came over the that or wherever it was a hill through the ports of California and Arizona were they say, they're not gonna come through probably where they're gonna come through so California here, they come. Hey, Larry TULIO from Burbank. Here's what everyone's missing on these caravan. Now, the second caravan it headed to the US and under the Obama years migrants were actually leaving this country because the economy was so bad under Trump. They're trying to get in here in Rhode. And Furthermore, if those delays with so great, why aren't these caravan headed to Venezuela to Bolivia to Cuba, even two semi socialist Mexico? They all want to come to America the capitalist dreams, very habits. I'm from Columbia took me two years to get here legally as a young kid at that. They want to get in line. Larry I'm wondering if an emigrant if he actively trying to overthrow the government takes steps to. The problem with the government overthrow at his citizenship. Should be revoked because I understand that the eighteen thousand of the eighteen billion. His money is financing the invasion on America with Iran. In another country, and that's one immigrant. We should've never let in. Thank you. Larry by triple eight nine seven one S eight GE triple eight nine seventy one seven two four three larryelder dot com studio. Now, the president is going to be in Pittsburgh today to honor the victims of this horrific tree of life synagogue massacre. Trump has strongly denounced the shooting.
"tulio" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"Men should be a wakeup call for California voters. Wake up their common here, and you're gonna pay for you are going to pay for them. And when they come through. That's just the beginning and Gavin Newsom wants to give you all pre medical care wake up, California. Thanks. I just wanna see what you think we let all these people coming in Vermont neuro. We'd let them all in all ten thousand warned going to be right. We're going to be faced with roving van. People roving around causing trouble. We're protected from that. But. A lot of trouble roving fan. The mob invasion from Latin America that reminds me of a movie with Marian born in the USA when they came always at mount that define us. Or wherever it was a hill through the ports of California and Harrison were they say, they're not gonna come through probably where they're gonna come store out, California. Hey, Larry TULIO from Burbank. Here's what everyone's mixing on these caravan. Now, the second caravan that it headed to the US and under the Obama years migrants were actually leaving this country because the economy was so bad under Trump. They're trying to get in here in Rhode. And Furthermore, if those delays. So great. Why aren't these caravan headed to Venezuela to Bolivia Cuba, Cuba, even semi socialist Mexico? They all want to come to America the capitalist dreams, very habits. I'm from Columbia took me two years to get here legally at the young kid at that. They wanted to get here. Get in line hockey. Larry I'm wondering at an emigrant if he is actively trying to overthrow the government. Take steps to. Problem. Government overthrow his citizenship. Should be revoked because I understand that the eighteen of the eighteen billion. Good is money. If financing the invasion on America with alien. From other countries. And that's one emigrant. We should've never let in. Thank you. Larry by triple eight nine seven one eight GE triple eight nine seven one seven two four three larryelder dot com studio. Now, the president is going to be in Pittsburgh today to honor the victims of this horrific tree of life synagogue massacre. Trump has strongly denounced the.
"tulio" Discussed on GSMC Fantasy Football Podcast
"Of those teams for the chargers Keenan Allen for the Houston Texans, Andre Hopkins and for the Atlanta, Falcons TULIO Jones. So definitely just I would just keep an ear open for that, but who might will prediction who's gonna have a day that maybe the best day ever. Anyone is going to be Calvin Ridley once again, he had three touchdowns last week. I think they're gonna keep them to win against the Cincinnati Bengals and as he really with another great day in another great offense of showing for the Atlanta Falcons, he came out first round draft, pick to the Atlanta Falcons. He was right pilot Julio Jones, great quarterback, Matt Ryan, thrown him the ball, and he has shown that with his three touchdown matchup three touchdown showing last week. And I think he continues with another three touchdown game. You heard me right back to back three touchdown games for this gaming in Cincinnati. That's my bowl bowl prediction. This woman bullets prediction for this week is another three touchdown game for Calvin Ridley. As defense isn't in titans. Another gronkowski's so questionable. I feel like he's questionable every single year. Every single game that is, excuse me. But I say kettle, George Kittle will beginning a lot of action because he's out of Iowa in CJ. Beathard is at Iowa. They both came out of Iowa together. They broke on the same team, so I think it will. I think, tightens who's gonna have the best game is towards Kittle. So watch out for that because that chemistry between Beth hurt and kettle is still strong. I still believe is still strong. I mean, both come out at same college. Go to the same team. You're good. He's gonna be your go-to receiver even always tight end. And as for defense, I, this is a toss up, but I do see the Jaguars having a another Saxon Ville or turnover type game against the jets. I think I don't know if that's an obvious pick or not, but I definitely see the Jaguars as the best defense going into this week four matchups, but we're gonna take another short break. And when we get back, we'll talk about the other things going on. And fantasy football and just whatever comes to mind to be honest, but we'll get on that when we get back to you. The average SUV has two blind spots ways between four and six thousand pounds and takes about six seconds to stop. Remember this the next time you're on foot, pay attention. People pedestrians don't have armor a message from the California office of traffic safety..
"tulio" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
"The buck drop to Brazil's present weirdness is a saga which has become known as cow wash known locally as lavish Atto. This owes its name to a police peration which began for years ago as an investigation into shenanigans at state owned oil company Petrobras, but which has expanded into a scandal which has Instinet dozens of Brazilian politicians. At Robert mellow assistant professor of politics and international relations at from the Sal TULIO Vargas in Brazil explains. The Kobo scandal is a money, laundry and corruption scandal that involves politicians using their influence to get contracts to private companies with the state owned oil, giant Petrobras, and then intern receiving kickbacks from private companies to fund their campaigns. It's been described as the world's biggest corruption scandal involving more than five billion dollars worth of illegal payments. Don't look at what okay through g. onto on PICO, not to the democracy. If Brazil's former President, Lula silver is to stand trial on obstruction of Justice charges related to the petro brass corruption scandal. What makes lava Szanto rather different is that now with the aid of new laws and regulations that allow prosecutors to sign plea bargain. Deals with criminals. We are actually not only arresting small players, but actually political leaders of criminal organizations that are involved in these scandals, and we're actually arresting the leaders of the companies, the private companies that are benefiting from. We don't know how long it's been. It has been going on the investigations, only cover the period starting in two thousand and two because before that, the statute of limitation doesn't allow us to prosecute any criminals bought. There is evidence that it goes. Some of it goes as far back as the military dictatorship periods that existed in Brazil between sixty four and eighty five. So it goes back a long way..
"tulio" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"And if you don't have kids and you want that sporty little two-seater they've got those. To stop and take a test drive they're fun to drive Great pricing for Labor Day weekend eleven o one central. Avenue Alfa Romeo Albany And Kelly twenty-five, coming up in a. Minute how to get out of those pesky. School fundraisers, I though don't you I sports buzzsaw some big NFL news yesterday for starters the jets traded quarterback teddy Bridgewater the saints in exchange for twenty nine thousand nine third round. Pick, that reinforces that Sam darnold will likely start week one for the jets also there are, rumors swirling that the raiders are game to trade star defensive end Khalil Mack but they want to first round picks. For all thirty two NFL teams complete their preseason work tonight. Major league baseball the. Couldn't come up with much offense against the White Sox they lost four one the Mets, beat up. On the cubs tend to, three the Red Sox drilled the Marlins fourteen. Six they now lead the Yankees seven and, a half games in the AL Nevada. Cats got shut out in, law seven two, zero college football league gets underway tonight's marquee matchups this weekend Washington and Auburn Saturday at. Three thirty Michigan Notre Dame Saturday. At seven thirty and Alabama will host Louisville that's Saturday night at eight o'clock my. Name is Pauline googly ammo in for. John Buzzsaw TULIO next. Checking sports, is coming up in thirty minutes for eight ten and one zero three one w. g. y. the dreaded school fundraisers how to get out of some stuff and with a. Clear, conscience I mean they start the week you get back to school he starts Thursday by, Monday they pack of coming home for the fall fundraiser they have come up with a great idea at some schools. Where you can display path that Lotfi and be dealt with. The fundraising just give. The money make them stop Ivy all in on that if possible if you have the, money you. Know what yeah so some, schools like fifty bucks and then they are. Out for the year other schools there's some, fundraisers I actually like I mean they. Have a candle fundraiser that, comes out in, the fall that I thought I for for Christmas gifts appreciate that the rest of it. I'm like I don't need candy. I don't need other popcorn I don't eat crap Yeah I can I. Just give you the money. And you keep the Letting you do that you, know what I wish back. In, the day. And I am not lazy but sometimes it's just inconvenient We when like in little league and stuff you have to work the concession stand a couple times a. Year and boy I wish they had a system where you can just pay, somebody to do your do Colony. It's it's you have to get in there soon because they have a limited number of people that they can hire a net. To be a certain age. So yeah you, can pay people to do your shifts and that's helpful for us because I have, one parent on the field and another parent who's running around between swimming and baseball so that's helpful for. Us but, we also I actually recommended this for swimming because we are completely parent run operation where we we, do everything from, now meet marshalling on the safety on the fools act to Ryan the concession stand and I've. I've suggested, a couple of times if people, wanna pay one of the. Older siblings to do it or you know, pay older team member to do it for the younger kids than. You should, do that too I mean that did not the Oakley shave that'd be a win win Yeah Different sessions of the one of the older swimmers who's going off to college next year wants to make a couple of. Bucks I'll pay you to do my. Shifts. Absolutely everybody's happy coming up at six, minutes a shocker at the, airport Chuck and. Kelly. Eight ten one zero three one w eight twenty. Eight.
"tulio" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"And welcome back we're back with ty bollinger we'll get your calls tie the name tulio monarchy a former physician in italy who claims that by injecting sodium bicarbonate into a tumor a cancerous tumor that he could treat the cancer he's been convicted right now of manslaughter of a cancer patient that occurred in two thousand eleven he was just sentenced to five years in jail this year what do you think of that case yeah that's very sad george 'cause dr siemian cheney i i know dr seeming cheney he uses baking soda to treat cancers tumors based upon the underlying presupposition that cancer cells are very similar in nature defunct sales and baking soda is a great way to treat fungal infections and he's had very good success treating tubers with you know baking soda unfortunately wanted his patients a few years ago didn't make it and the family sued him for and they just recently convicted of manslaughter which is horrible because i mean can you imagine if every oncologists that lost the patient was sued by the family and i mean we'd have there would be no doctors laughed every oncologist would be in jail because everyone has lost at least one patient and whether you're an oncologist that use it integrated medicine or use natural medicine doctors schema cheney or use the conventional treatments i mean i'll conscious trying to save people's lives and a convict an oncologist dr seeing that cheney for manslaughter but that he was doing what he felt was in the best interest of the patient it's just such a travesty of justice and he's ruined hours and he would he gets out what's he got i am afraid so it's very sad i don't know what's gonna you know i don't know i don't know what the laws are like over there in italy where he practices i don't know if he's gonna if he's lost his license i don't know a lot of the details but i'm guessing that he's gonna lose his license and he may never be able to practice medicine and illegal in all right let's take some calls here for you let's go to richard in florida to get things started rich go ahead yes thank you i'm eighty four years old and a seven seven years survivor of merckel so it started on my foot with the four small tubers i had thirty radiation doses which kill tumors but it moved into into my lynch system they told me i needed surgery radiation and chemotherapy and i was scheduled for surgery in two days and decided i called my daughter who's a physical therapy and she put me in touch with a homeopathic provider who told me just get off sugar and the plant based foods and eliminate meat and try to have my system turn alkaline and what i'm doing is putting a little bit of baking soda not a half a cheese spoon in water in a gallon of water my tumor it it took about six months for me to starve it by just eliminating sugar that's the big thing and that's totally elimination even sugary foods so what did you dr shady richard when this happened were they baffled well they told me it was you're going to die in probably three to four weeks because this was a very form very aggressive form of cancer and i make my arrangements and head by what the homeopathic divider suggested and there i am make a long story short the tumor came back during his seven years two different times primarily because i started eating a little bit of ice cream maybe a cupcake and he had to go cold turkey again it started in about the five or six months so you know what to do now stay away from sugar right that's the biggie and i've been adding a just a half a teaspoon of faking soda in off gallon each galliano's spring water and it's works each time the no people ask me they itchy how did you get rid of cancer and i say what you the first thing i had to do is get rid of sugar in my immediate response would be oh gee i could never do that addictive oh absolutely let's get ties reaction to what you've been saying go ahead yeah that's just an awesome story thank you so much for sharing and it makes.
"tulio" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"And welcome back we're back with ty bollinger we'll get your calls tie the name tulio monarchy a former physician in italy who claims that by injecting sodium bicarbonate into a tumor cancerous tumor that he could treat the cancer he's been convicted right now of manslaughter of a cancer patient that occurred in two thousand eleven he was just sentenced to five years in jail this year what do you think of that case yeah that's very sad george because dr sima cheney i i know dr seeming jd he's is baking soda to treat cancers tumors based upon the underlying presupposition that cancer cells are very similar in nature to fungal cells and baking soda is a great way to treat fungal infections and he's had very good success trading tubers with baking soda unfortunately wanted his patients a few years ago didn't like it and the family sued him and they just recently convicted of manslaughter which is it's horrible because i mean can you imagine if every on colleges that lost a patient was sued by the family and then we'd have there would be no doctors left every oncologist would be in jail because every oncologist is lost at least one patient and what are your colleges that use it integrated medicine or use natural medicine doctor schema cheney or used the conventional treatments.
"tulio" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"To talk to you come draft time 'cause you're on your horse up in wyoming or wherever the hell you were idaho idaho sorry to confuse it too although i do think there should be one dakota dog dummy all right go back to your man gave burlingame or wherever they may he's the alameda burlingame jot i wanted to ask you a dry grassley strike me as a redwood city guy that's incorrect i don't know why but started correct what were you what were you when you get drafted and who told you tried to pretend to you as a coach i'm like you on my mom's for you for you oh here we go with a little shocker no didn't happen happen pick sixty one and they called me from chicago and was actually mike ditka coach to talk to for ten minutes and was kinda funny because my brotherinlaw who's passed away now brennan it's been awhile longtime finding nine but he actually had a bears and he was in balance with bears and by the time i got off the phone my mom and dad picks bears out he's pretty cool that's awesome it is cool listening for the team called you got picked in the second round my assistant coach at arizona called me they didn't call me until hey we got you already knew that like six hours ago oh bad all over you i was at home now has it home i was at home playing poker with my buddy we're marin i'm just gonna keep bro let me let you in a row secret here i grew up in southern california thousand oaks now now not thousand oaks lakewood oh lakewood hike never mind oh yeah i just said oh you had a guy usc from lakewood named brian tulio did you yeah he was a linebacker they probably went to lakewood high much bigger highschool much better when i better high school maybe it was but they're better athletically than artesia high school was oh you went to our then i don't take back everything okay going to lakewood man.
"tulio" Discussed on Around the NFL
"Wow this week with lobley means the eagle's allwin you don't take the easy ones that asher well no one i've usually as a you got to look in the mirror if any what takes the patriots this week you don't have any on how about this to make this fun because i think this is a coin flip of a game they going to do it i'm gonna do locker and now to give me which i'm not going to just pick the same team as you and keep you stuck down below me that i that's cowardly this is a trifling well but you could have pick any of the other game i wi that i think this puts stakes one of us either you're going to to me or i'm going to lose to umer right back in it i'm eliminated right law you could tie i could tie still but i could not win outright all right anyway but the reason why all that aside although that is the key point now is the lock up our parliament is that the falcons have that i of the tiger no i really love the way matt ryan looked in that game the rams the way was making those throws i think this is the matt ryan notes here to stay even though i waited 16 weeks on my fantasy team it didn't happen but now he's here and better late than never tulio jones got the mix in the red zone us osceola he had a great game and no disrespect the county fox and all eu eagles fans out there you will have a brighter tomorrow i think because carson went should come back it'd be carson wentz in you have a lot of good years but i just don't think you're going to score a lot of points and at a lot of it is about nichols not being very good and the atlanta falcons defense really peaking right now so you put those two things together and i'm i'm looking at and the falcons do not scored 10 points this year so i don't think it can be blow out but i'm looking at a twenty seven to ten type win.
"tulio" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"And that's just one potential use case right riding that glucose between services and and enriching data and if i am just running all of that stuff if i'm managing all that code myself instead of putting it into some kind of side car or put again to his a beer service could just zoom in a little bit more on why that's harder to do if i'm the developer i don't have access to these server lewis types of management things why is that hun shirt will i mean it's the context of your business do you do you want to spend resources and time doing these these types of integration or do you want to focus focus on your your core business and devote all of your resources to that the odds euro extend product it so that's built on web tasks right yes uh so extend is our our premiums server lists extensive ability product based on officer a web tasks it consists of a back in infrastructure that securely handles execution of your custom untrusted code in isolation but it also offers a white labelled imbed a ball editor that is fully customize born fema bowl as well as any monitoring or maintenance that might be needed for that backend infrastructure we handle all of that for you okay icy for a stass company what you're really getting out of this is the the i think that white labelled editors that sounds pretty cool 'cause like if i'm salesforce i can just now have a thing where people can drop in code dick can execute in a way that is i mean it's flexible because it's any code can execute but you can i assume salesforce will be able to tailor it to respond in ways that are domain specific to salesforce like salesforce could define a a name space or something that data request could respond to sure yeah i i like to think of you know we we talked about tulio functions earlier i like to think that if extend was in existence when when tulio was working on that we could have made a play to say twa leo why don't why don't you use our platform instead of building all that yourself and house and that's primarily the market were going after with with extent.
"tulio" Discussed on The NFL Show
"Dez bryant student make seventeen million yep so now basically you've got the framework of a deal you're saying okay you you're you think you're better than does bryant let's look at our staff plus look at our comparible send you do a comparative analysis let's look at jet tulio jones's numbers you'd better than him let's look at all that and then do you really think that you gonna make twenty five million like where is are you gonna get where where do you justify 25 may it's like if you want to sell your house and say you think your house's worth five million but you're in the neighborhood that the house is only worth two and a half you're not gonna get five million for it and let you go to hold out especially when the giants can add the numbers up and they can franchise them and move along so i think a lot of it's just a bunch of hot air but that's what odell does he gives you a lot of hot air i think he's got to produce more look at the playoff game i mean you know if he's your best player he dropped some balls and green bay game that typically shouldn't be drop now we know he's got great hands sometimes they are inconsistent but are great i'm not pick it on the i think the giants have created a little bit of a situation i've never seen in the owner of a team come out and say we plan to pay a player this much money and have the team really have it not affect them i think it's really a difficult challenge for seventy million that's a little bit less than two percent of the caps twenty five million i mean you're getting in the double digits of the cab numbers mean what does that do for the rest of the team how can they find the money is it's not like basketball where you know someone came make twenty five million dollars or whatever it is thirty million dollars and you know this you know.
"tulio" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"I think we're gonna have to wait for somebody to come along somebody like skype or tulio one of the voiceover internet services to create a outbound phone call now of course google announced that the gugel home which is their version of the echo this is kind of they're they're going to they haven't yet added at the feature to call any phone from the home uh so that will be an interesting divisive really that's all you want to do is make phone calls i think the hundred twenty dollar a google home was really a better choice this is a problem with all of these is the there's you know there's going to be apples announced of a series device when they call it the hub uh that uh come out at the end of the year that you'll be able to talk to microsoft has partnered with some companies to make devices based on their voice assistant cortana so but they all have different abilities indifferent uh commands in so i imagine a day where you you're mantelpiece will have two three or four these devices and you just have to remember what each can who that's kind of crazy rain be sure be nice if one of them did everything you need it but right now the eco cannot place phone calls to other uh other phones only other echoes and the google home still can't but is supposedly going to at some point get that feature who was also said they'll make the calls free two anywhere in the us and canada which is pretty deep.
"tulio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"How much is your companies liked tulio and others at the eu's progressive brings all the way and right now you know the current the kristaq i don't know but i'm gonna tell you you know the one that i created the first time so when you when you when you were when you're queen start out you you want to go to market fast you know so i am a big delivering partnerships an leveraging what what's out there if he if he's not for his love for your business you don't have to build it just partner and use somebody else's us us soon as this technology because accord of your of your company that you should start building yourself so this is my philosophy and this is how you know how many and this is what i recommended entrepreneurs to do a always partner unless its core governmental left i think about here at pershing incites a financial community financial advisers when with what you know what you've done it you're moving into other areas in making investments what what technologies are going to be most impactful for financial for the financial industry is it black teen is it why is it what is that i think blockchain's definitely not to capture an make inaugural sections more more efficient that's number one number two are division diligent and sharing because you have a vast amount of data four of consumer so you can actually leverage that data to offer better financial services uh so machine learning to go in jeans and blow chain definitely i want to play a very important role in financial services intriguing toms out what's the biggest child had to gruber miss got some people talking about an inch on the show say this this business could so easily be descended intermediate that this is amazing but that somebody else to switch swipe of come in there and have a cheaper service and by the drivers mourned and take about twenty second list were this way the world is heading into into a place were at anything knowledge is going to become a commodity fuss so and he's not only for over you know i think everything on your company she star of building new services uh part of the council is needed we need to keep innovating want to be competitive that's above the biggest challenge to keep pushing.