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"yaro" Discussed on InnovaBuzz
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"yaro" Discussed on The Past and the Curious
"Up. Around the year two, thousand, twelve, almost two, hundred years after Yarrow's death. The man who now owned the property wanted to knock down those buildings from the eighteen eighty s the ones that were built over what was left of euros life. Luckily before the new townhomes that stand there today were built someone spoke up a few people knew what might be buried there and we're hopeful what more information about Yaro could teach us. The new owner who happened to be Muslim himself like Yaro agreed to pause construction so that they could dig if this hadn't happened all of bureaus physical history, the items from his life would be buried yet. Again, this time under buildings that might stand up for centuries. It was a rare chance to archaeologists were invited to excavate the site and see what might lie below the surface. All sorts of objects were found thousands actually, but euros bones were never located whether they are ever found or not shouldn't matter because more importantly the attention brought by the dig made more and more people aware of euro moot. He may have been famous enough to get appeal portrait in his day. But he certainly didn't make it into many history books and though historians not well known more and more people are learning about it. Yaro. Story matters to us a lot of ways for one. It's a reminder that you may never know who lived in the very same places that you spend your time today answers can surprise you. Always interesting to learn about to me. But he.
Under Your Feet
"You may remember Charles Wilson Peel as the man featured in episode thirty four all about museums in Philadelphia's independence hall above the very room where the declaration of Independence was signed. He opened a museum to display a whole bunch of unusual things. There were mammoth skeletons, ancient artifacts, a wily and well traveled little prairie dog and a wall full of portraits of very important people. He painted those VIP portraits himself appeal among everything else was a remarkable artist and the paintings that he made of the many people who lived in the late seventeen hundreds are some of the best of the time period. We should remember that in the seventeen hundreds there was no television or computers there weren't even photographs. So the average person would probably never actually catch a glimpse of someone famous like George Washington or Ben Franklin and person. which meant that they might not know what they really looked like. Isn't that funny thing to consider if you were alive at the time and wondered what a person look like looking at a portrait was just about the only way to see a famous face. So, curious people were happy to pay Peale's museum admission to see paintings of these very important people and finally put faces with the names they had heard about all the time, the old animal parts and the little prairie dog that peel had on display. Just a nice bonus. Now Peel was just one man and he couldn't paint everyone. Appeal portrait was typically an honor reserved for only the most notable people, presidents, founding fathers, famous personalities. You had to do something pretty special to get appeal portrait. And here's another thing to keep in mind. This was the seventeen hundreds in America and the early eighteen hundreds. So all of the faces that tended to fit those descriptions at that time were white faces. All except for one. On the wall that peel filled from floor to ceiling portrait's in his museum, one painting certainly stuck out to any visitor. It was the face of a black man and he was very old. And the dark skin on his narrow face was accented by white tufts of beard hair in the painting. He's wearing a knit cap on his head. Mike one you'll probably be getting out soon with the rest of your winter clothes. If you haven't already the old man's eyes looked bright and strong and his expression was one of satisfaction. It's an incredible face to look at and many people have wondered who was this man in a way the portrait happened by accident. In eighteen nineteen peel had traveled from his home in Baltimore to Washington DC to paint James Monroe the fifth president of the United States. while. They're peels. Curiosity was piqued when he heard about a free black man who is a practicing Muslim and who not only owned a home in nearby. Georgetown but was a successful business man who had helped finance the bank. This was remarkable and because this was forty six years before the civil war and the end of slavery, it was very unusual. This man was called Yaro Mahmoud. And people said he was one hundred and forty years old. That part was fake. He was probably around eighty at the time but everything else was true. Peel had to make a special trip across the Potomac River to meet Yaro talk with him about his life and have him sit for a very unusual portrait. Painting portraits takes a lot of time as you might imagine, which means there's plenty of time to talk, and that's what Yaro did. The little that we know about him today is mostly because Peel wrote much of it down. It's a pretty amazing story and one that challenges our ideas of the people who were living and thriving in. America at the time. In the year. Seventeen. Fifteen euro was only fourteen when he was captured and taken from his home in West Africa he like millions of other men, women and children was victim of the slave trade. People were kidnapped from their lands, take into another and forced into Labor. Euros people were known as the Fulani and it is believed that his family were wealthy Muslim leaders in this community. Historians think this because Yaro knew how to read and write both in the Fulani language as well as Arabic. Later in his life he learned to read and write a bit of English as well. Making him literate in three languages. That's a feet for anyone at the time but especially unusual for someone who would live much of his life and slavery. Most. Enslaved people would be kept from learning to read and write at all. But for euro, it helped him stand out. After the terrible journey on a slave ship across the Atlantic Ocean Yaro landed in Maryland where a man named Bell bought him directly off the boat. Everything and everyone Yaro new was gone never to be seen again, the man who legally purchased him was a wealthy farmer who owned several properties that depended on the work of enslaved people, farms, watermills, things like that pretty quickly though bell figured out that Yaro was more well suited for work other than hard plantation labor luckily, for Yaro, his education lead to another old, he became what is known as a body servant. In this role young Yaro traveled with bell everywhere he went. When he met with other farmers, Yaro was there. He met the people he would sell his grain too Yarra was there. When he met with powerful politicians, Yaro was also there. And nearly every one of those people would remember meeting Euro. Mahmoud. How could you not? He was obviously incredibly talented and smart, but also by being in the room when business was happening. Yaro was able to learn how to make it happen himself.
"yaro" Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast
"Good. Say That contrarian. I'm going to start with the first question and that is what was your very first. Were very worst job. And what lessons did you learn from it? Well as I said either starting to view I've tried to avoid fulltime employments. I've never had a fulltime job. I have had casual jobs the worst one. I was packing mobile phone accessories into plastic and cardboard containers over a summer break or nine dollars an hour. That was probably the worst job. But you know it wasn't too bad it wasn't forever. That was definitely the worst great. Thank you okay. Here's my question. The second one is what would you say? Is that one defining moment if you had identify one defining moment where you realize that you just added entrepreneurial edge that had to be taken care of I probably would say one defining moment I feel like there was that reading ridged band. Branson's losing my virginity. Biography has probably a seventeen year old or a sixteen year old or something like that and I was like this lifestyle and way of living seems so much more fun than waking up at six. Am to an alarm clock to go make twenty dollars an hour doing repetitive tasks. And Not really you know growing just to make enough money to pay a mortgage talking on and on and on and then asked my boss. When I'm allowed to have holidays so Richard Branson let's start multiple businesses. Let's make as much money as I need. You know let's work with creative people and try and fix problems around the planet and get to meet celebrities and politicians and everything sounded so much better about entrepreneurship. So but I really think to be honest you know that was also pie in the sky for me. It was like I want to be able to move out of my mother's house pay for the rent. Have a car and then be able to go traveling or sit at home and watch star Trek for four hours. That day will cook my own meal for that to be possible that had to be some kind of income stream that was not based on her job so I think those kind of lacking constraints as a young teenager that was the defining starting point for going after this and then seeing people like Richard Branson show that it's possible at a grand scale obviously in his case of awesome. Okay question three and this is where I'm going to ask for your favorite book but I am GonNa make it a little harder. I'm not GonNa let you mention any of the books that you talked about the four hour. Workweek The goal the EMS which. What's a good book that that a Lotta people might not know about that? You really like okay. This is going to be totally left field. But I'm GonNa say the conversations with God series by Neil Donald Walsh. I don't know if Entrepreneurship I know. That's a great. And I and I second. I'm not I wasn't raised religious in any way but And I actually had an aversion to the word God in the title but when I got it I was like this really helped with a lot of the negative side of being an entrepreneur feeling lost. I'll make enough money. Not sure if my idea would work not sure my place in the universe. I'm comparing myself to others. All the bigger emotional challenges that go with it. Because there's a kind of more of a spiritual answer to some of that and I think that you kinda gotta marry that with the nuts and bolts practicality chasing money basically right so I and like you said you do not need to be religious to appreciate the excellent. Okay here is your fourth question. Why is something along the way in your personal or professional life? Which for you very much blend together. They splurged on. That was totally worth it. Okay so this isn't I don't say it was the right answer the question but I last year or two years ago. I went to Ukraine. Where my father's from for the first time ever I wasn't ever planning on that just happened through a case of connections and then because of that I met someone there again through connections and an opportunity to build a solar plant in Ukraine surfaced. So I don't know if that's buying something from me. But in the case of fortuitous timing I had gambled on cryptocurrency during the rush of twenty seventeen that was going on so had this lump of money that I could buy more property with or starting a business but I was like this is in front of me. It's green energy. It's helping Ukraine A. It does return money to me. It's a capital investment. It's physical reward business. That hadn't really done before so. I bought a solar plan if that makes sense we built a solid plan and Ukraine. So that was. That's where I can say. I'm like a multidimensional entrepreneur. Now I think this really cool splurge it makes me realize we didn't dig it enough to all of your businesses. We didn't have time to talk about all but there's so much more okay. Well that was the four questions now into the more part of the war. And that's where you tell our listeners where they can find out more about your businesses more about you how they connect with you and you mentioned you have at least one online course feel free to plug it there as well. I WANNA plug in Buxton. I think for a lot of people listening. And if they're drowning an email And they've got a successful business in Buxton DOT COM would be the place to go to check out what we do with helping with email but for me an all my coaching and teaching in my podcast in my articles. It's just Yaro doll blog. Or as I said from the beginning. My name is unique on incidence. If you Google A. Roi She'll be on the first page of results. Yaro blog Garo podcast and yeah access to my courses. But I'd rather people go through my free training. I so join a webinar download a handout or media frenzy if you like my my style and my teaching. Yaro dot blog fantastic yard. Thank you so much for joining us. This has been fantastic and for anybody that wants more info or once links to the things that we've talked about here checkout our show notes this week so thank you again so much. We really appreciate you being here. And we should the best of luck. Thanks you too guys. Keep up the good work. Thank you so much awesome awesome show as somebody that has worked my whole life my whole life but at least last decade or so to try and build lifestyle businesses that give us the freedom to focus on our family to focus on traveling to focus on doing what we want to be. Doing that was really inspiring. He gave me a whole lot of things to think about that. I hadn't even thought about over the last ten years of doing this myself. I agree it was really great and he had so many. Just great. Actionable tips unusable concepts and a really liked that one about the whole concept of sprinting. For Two hours a day. Because it's true you can build all these things create all these things but you don't just want to sit around and not contribute be productive but by dedicating those two hours a day to really doing those things consistently that are going to be most beneficial for your business. You're really accomplishing the best of all worlds really great stuff. Yup and picking the right things to focus those two hours on the eighty twenty rule. Focus on those that twenty percent of stuff. That's really GonNa make a difference in your business. Okay we done here. We are so done today. It has been a fabulous week. I hope everybody has a fabulous rest of your week. She's Carol I'm Jay. Go create a lifestyle business today. Enjoy your week. Everybody rock on and go be awesome. Thanks everybody have a gregory gone by..
"yaro" Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast
"When we talk about entrepreneurship. We're not talking about wanting to build a billion dollar company where we're working eighty or one hundred hours a week for the next thirty years and we we often use the term lifestyle business to describe that other type of entrepreneur. And you you touched on some interesting concepts there. You touched on passive income. You touched on being able to have freedom that's a big takeaway there. Can you talk to us a little bit about what that other form of entrepreneurship? That a lot of us look towards is all about what what does that lifestyle business. What is passive income? What is freedom like? What's the alternative to to doing? What Bill Gates dos? Yeah I mean I I think I define it as your startup. Real World Company versus your lifestyle business and back then. There wasn't a definition like that though honestly there was just entrepreneur and then is this thing called passive income which doesn't have to be from business. We all know I think real estate investing probably the common form of passive income. I heard about when I was first. Learning about gets properties. Earn SOME RENTAL INCA. And that's passive. Apparently let you know I didn't have any capital. I I wasn't really interested in getting into the property at that time so for me it was like how do I find a business? Model that can generate income where the Labor especially for me personally was at an acceptable level. Now I wasn't afraid of the the hustle as they call it today and working hard to build something out but I. I didn't want that to be a permanent situation like if I stopped doing that. Hustle does the income. Dry Out. Pretty quickly so you know I was young. I didn't know looked Hindsight now twenty years ago I didn't really understand the difference like the business models you can choose for me. It was just okay. Can I not have to go to an office? That's step one of our obviously for freedom. Can you run your business from a laptop to? Is there enough money to pay your bills. Beat yourself and then hopefully some more pay for the flights the combination you know back then there was no airbnb so it was hotels or backpackers or whatever and then you know. It's what are you actually doing to like. Are you a ECOMMERCE as Helen? Something physical are you doing software and and for me like I wasn't a programmer. I wasn't really like I wasn't in anything if I really think back to that time. I didn't have the sense that I would write blogs or start a software business or an ECOMMERCE business because none of that was kind of in my wheelhouse. It was just like all right. I like magazine so my actual I ever website was a magic the gathering collectible Card Game Online magazine and that was just a game. I played when I was in high school and an early university so it made sense thousand first website never rich from it was the first income stream I made and that Kinda gave me this window. Okay I understand this kind of websites. It's about content. It's about growing audience. I can make money from sponsorships advertising. I can make money from selling my own cards. You know that was a little bit of ecommerce but very very basic and that was the door opening. But then you learn okay so the margins on cards and audience size of this very small collectible card game is never gonna earn me the kind of money. I need so that opened my eyes to the point that I need a business model that could potentially make more money. Then everything kind of builds on it like obviously the next ten years. I had two or three different businesses but they all grow on the previous learnings from the past business. Sort of fill the gaps. About what I was looking for in at the at the start of a passive income but then it became you know more things. I WanNa do something. I enjoy I WANNA work with people like so. The other considerations became important and one of the things that that strikes me as. We're having this. Discussion is again instead of building a business that supports you forever. You built multiple businesses and so it wasn't just passive income but it was multiple streams of income and it seems to me like there are a lot of advantages. They are one if something stops working. I mean you go into one area. You mentioned magazine and you're probably not. I don't know if you're doing a physical magazine back then but you're certainly not doing a physical magazine right now Things come and go. And so it's it's very possible at certain streams of income to dry up just as the the winds change but you had multiple streams who had different businesses. You didn't put all your eggs in any basket. Was that a conscious choice that you made or did you just kind of fall into different things at different times. The the idea of a conscious choice I think is an evolution gets the evolution of your consciousness as an entrepreneur. I think is the best way to put it. Because I'll be honest with the first seven years. I was a basket case. You know I wasn't making the kind of money I wanted. I wasn't sure what would work. I had what people commonly call Shiny Object Syndrome because everything was becoming more accessible. You know I was doing this magic gathering card site but then this other person's doing ecommerce in making so much more money and then this other person starts a website on a different topic and makes so much more money so I would like go. I could start one of those and I switch ideas. You know in twenty four hours but then I realized that's another business than I'd have to sink another six months to get started so I go back to where I see a little bit of money coming in but from an emotional standpoint absolute wreck you know. I didn't feel very secure. I didn't do what everyone else around me. Did which is go. Get A job after graduating from university. So you know was pretty daunting in that regard bucking the trend but the conscious choice does evolve so okay card game business. I learned not a big enough niche. Not a big enough profit margin. I discover selling services online so I start an essay editing company. That's a long story behind that but the short version is. I realized that international students needed help with their essays and I could basically have a middleman kinda company. Connecting freelance editors usually university professors and that was a a bigger margin product. So I could charge three hundred dollars for editing an essay in pay one hundred fifty to a contractor or keep one hundred and fifty myself. I'm not delivering the service. I'm just the Middle Man. I actually wanted to be like the Ebay of selling services at one point. But that's what worked selling essay editing and that was allowed a vehicle to get full time income not rich but it was allowed me to actually live. Pay My bills and also I was getting you know no longer interested in this card game. I was exiting as a player. Exiting has collector. It didn't make sense to own that business. I was looking for new so I actually. That was the first thing ever sold. Was that card game website. And then you know if you fast forward the thing with the essay. Editing business did not enjoy. The process. Didn't have the motivation to grow into the next level. So it's like oh well you know a business only as good as you care about growing it and yeah sure. I have multiple income streams but both of them. Were not going to go anywhere if I didn't care to put energy into it and that's when I mean to be clear though like I was always looking for what today we'd call the four hour workweek before Tim Ferriss wrote his book. I was looking for that. And it really. You know you could call it the Enid you could call it anything passive income who is just that high leveraged business and the essay. Editing company was the first taste of that because I was complete virtual ahead no physical product. I eventually outsource the management of email in that business because that was the last thing though I was trapped to doing so once had an e mail manager in place there which Kinda funny because I it all the way today. I run a company. Managing People's emails connects all the way back to the early days. But that was the first taste of breaking free and being able to travel and having an income stream. But then like. I wish everyone could get to this point. But if you're lucky enough to be entrepreneurs creates a business where your bills are covered and you have your entire day to do whatever you want with it. Roughly speaking like I maybe had to spend half an hour on my business suddenly had this question. What do I do is my life now? You know I've actually gotten that money issue. I'm not rich but at least I don't have to work and then it's like okay. I can't watch TV all day or you know. Hang around everyone else has got a job. They're all doing stuff. So that's when you realize. Oh you better enjoy some part of what you're doing as well if if it's your business you want to enjoy that anybody running a business you like so the consciousness of all ventoux. I need time freedom. I need income freedom but I need the pursuit of something that I'm passionate about even just a a role within one of these companies or you know managing multiple companies. But it's GonNa be something. I'm jazzed about getting up and doing every day and that was an evolution. I I need money then I wanna get money but I want time freedom and then I got to do something I enjoy and I think that's it's almost like maslow's hierarchy of needs. You know it lines up a lot with that definitely definitely. I really love how you break the almost break apart. These three different types of freedom right the money freedom time freedom the mental freedom. And how you talk about. This whole process was really in evolution. Especially during those first seven years right so a lot of us haven't had all those experiences of building all those different companies going through all those trials and tribulations seeing what works seeing what didn't work. Can you share with us? What are some of those things that you actively started doing that? You would recommend any entrepreneur does to begin achieving those different types of freedom to to get them out of working all. The time is an entrepreneur in really start taking some active steps to be able to achieve type of freedom that you have a think it depends on what you personally brings the table like. I think if I had my time over again talking to my eighteen nineteen twenty year old self or even my forty year old self. Now who was maybe deciding to get into entrepreneur for show for the first time. I'd actually look at freelancing as a much better starting point simply because I could step into someone else's business provide a service within their company. Learned what they do and how they do it and for me. A lot of the problems were gaps in knowledge and awareness of how things worked which I pretty much solved myself. But that's a really slow way of doing and that's why I took seven years to really figure a lot of things out. You don't have to do that slowly. You can find people now. That's the beautiful thing. Not just sure you can watch some youtube videos. You can read some books you know you can ask questions in red at forum or whatever you like but the real learning seeing inaction and if you can be inside someone else is company. Who's doing something you WanNa do? If you wanted to ecommerce maybe work for someone an ECOMMERCE IF YOU WANNA sell Sass do something with tasks software as a service for those who go. And that gives you a window into the F. ineffective system and how it works. So how are they getting traffic? Who is building the website? Who's writing the copy? Who's providing product delivery? What are the different elements in place to make this actually work because back then I was like I remember when I started? I thought you come up with a product idea. You manufacturer then you put an ad on TV and people come and buy it. And then you're you're set right. That's all you have to do. Good product you win right. I maybe an ounce of truth to that but there's so many more layers to it than that and I had to go through okay selling cards to selling a service to then blogging selling information products. And you know to really opened my eyes and then of course getting exposure to so many other entrepreneurs because thankfully now and for me. This really happened till the mid two thousand there were events. You could go to speak to other people go. This guy's making a lot of money. Doing this called pay per click arbitrage and so you you join affiliate programs and you promote them on Google ad words and you pay a dollar for an ad but you make adult fifty on the affiliate commission that's arbitraging and they make thousands of dollars a day..
"yaro" Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast
"So it's about learning how to sell having something that provides more value than the cost of production and going to where the audience is that wants this and using words to sell product. Welcome to a real world. Mba from the school of hard knocks. Were entrepreneurs reveal what it really takes to make it whether you're already in business or you're on your way there this show is for you. This is bigger pockets business. How's it going everybody out there? I am Jay Scott on your co host for the big hockey business. Podcast and I'm here with my co host. My lovely wife Carol Scott. How's IT GOING? Jerrell doing really well thank you and today I just want to say I am incredibly grateful for each of you are amazing. Thank you so much again for continuing to tune in for continuing to subscribe Intel your friends and associates about this show. We really appreciate you absolutely okay. Our show today fantastic. We've got a guy named Yaro stark. He is. He's a serial entrepreneur. He is a guy who has built multiple lifestyle businesses basically businesses that have allowed him to travel the world that have allowed him to do what he wants when he wants to live his life on his own terms. And in this episode. He tells us about how he does it. His strategies for figuring out which businesses to build how to build those businesses outgrow those businesses. And then how to live off the income that he's generating. This is a great episode in for anybody out there. That's excited about being able to build a lifestyle business and essentially be able to control your own life this episodes for you. If you want more information about the.
"yaro" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"Fire nation. He's really focused on inbox. Done Dot Com. which will be talking a little bit about today? Because I know that a huge productivity killer for me the euro if I let it is email that easy little low hanging fruit that my brain always wants to go back to you for that little dopamine Hin of like Oh my God lots somebody cares about me. Oh it's a spam email but oh well they still care about me right so talk to us why is e mail the biggest productivity killer for entrepreneurs I I think he does summed up. One of the problem. Is that addiction which is huge. I felt the same with every business. I have run. I get a sale whenever an email comes through so you you know. It's a hit but more than that I think it's an area that I can illustrate it. I I was in a dinner like a meet up with some other entrepreneurs and we're all going through problems and this lady was. He says you know I wake up in the morning and I I do a couple hours of email but I barely make a dent and then I night night night when I get home from work I I do the same thing. I'm doing more email. Yeah it's it's kind of like the dishes you know you clean them but then you go and make a mess again and you gotta clean them. It's a it's a never ending job and emails exactly the same. As long as you're doing something exists especially with a successful business. You get email but the I guess the irony here is most of that email actually got some stats on this. It's ridiculous business. Business owners currently spend six hundred and fifty hours or about thirteen. Now is a week on email but it's mostly reactive low value work that was trauma McKinsey Global Institute study. And if you think about that that's like an I know I could reflect on my own use of email. I know every business I've had at the START I've been in there doing the email but thankfully because I realized from actually even before I met John. I had an editing company during the early two thousands that business was one where I had outsource email. Because is that was the main job forwarding emails between contract editors and our student clients. And if I didn't outsource that I was absolutely chained to might might inbox because that's where everything happened. Twenty four hours a day. So there'd be no holidays there'd be no spare time that we know no freedom basically so I had to break free from from that and until you do it. You don't realize how important and how much time is actually going to that inbox so fire nation. I WanNa repeat a phrase that Yaro shared thirteen eighteen hours a week of reactive low value work. Do you really want to be spending thirteen hours a week. And this is at a minimum of reactive low value work. And I really hope the answer is no fire nation. Charles do Higgs Grey book deep work. I hope that you've read that. And you really realize the value of doing work that matters of doing deep work. That's going to last a long time not just reactive email.
The American Music Awards will be held Sunday
"The American music awards will be Sunday in Los Angeles I Margie's our letter with a preview the American music awards were supposed to be Taylor swift's night she's up for five awards including artist of the year and could become the all time leader for AMA wins if she gets too she's also getting the artist of the decade award however a dispute with our old label big machine has put in doubt whether she'll perform her songs Malone leads the nominations with seven Billy I Lucien Arianna Grande have six each yaro will host
The Photographer and the Busboy
"Of June fourth nine thousand nine hundred sixty eight Los Angeles Times photographer. Boris Yaro was relaxing at home after a long day at work. It was presidential. Oh Primary Day in California the kind of stuff journalists live for turning on the TV news. Yaro heard that Robert The F. Kennedy was about to win the primary and celebrate at the Ambassador Hotel Euro admired Kennedy and he really wanted a picture picture of him for his Living Room Wall and the Ambassador Hotel wasn't that far away so Yaro figured what the Heck I'll go over. He wound up taking one of history's most unforgettable images with his press pass and camera hanging around his neck. Yaro was able to get close to Kennedy as he finished his victory speech and walked away to shake hands. That's one of the man named Sirhan Sirhan walked up and begin firing at Kennedy's Senator Senator Kennedy call by Senator Kennedy has been shot. Yaro was right there. He described the moment for the story story core podcast earlier this year saying the crowd separated like Moses parting the Red Sea and Kennedy was putting his hands up like a boxer trying trying to avoid getting hit bobby. I saw him slumped to the ground. His legs were splayed toward me and I saw the blood dripping out of his ear ear then you are shot the photo that haunts history Kennedy his legs limp staring blankly into nowhere with the young busboy crouched beside him propping up his head with stunned helpless look on his face that busboy Juan Romero died earlier this month from a heart attack at age sixty eight though in truth his heart broke that night as Kennedy lay dying in his hands like so many others in the late sixties Romero a seventeen year old Mexican can immigrant said he saw Kennedy as a uniting inspiring figure in a time of great tunnel just the day before Romero delivered room service service to Kennedy. He told story core about it. Describing how Kennedy was on the phone when he walked in you could tell when he was looking at you that that he's not looking through you. Romero said he's taking you into account and I remember walking out of there like I was ten feet tall after snapping the photo Yaro raced to a phone so he could alert his editor. He was ordered to the newsroom room immediately while he told reporters what he saw. Someone else rushed to develop the film euro cried and he saw the a photo for the rest of their lives both men the photographer in the busboy were traumatized by the moment that year nineteen in sixty eight was chaotic and deadly riots assassinations. The country were seemingly coming apart and euros photo. Ah a photo he came. Kate was living proof. He said Bobby Kennedy was going to be the knight in shining armor and he didn't get get a chance. The psychological damage was worse for Romero. Just before the shooting Romero offered offered his hand to Kennedy for congratulatory handshake among the hundreds of letters he received were ones blaming him for for Kennedy's death. He recalled the letter saying if he hadn't stopped to shake your hand. The Senator Would Have Been Alive Romero moved moved to Wyoming to start a new life still he couldn't escape that moment cried a lot he felt guilty and and in two thousand ten Romero traveled to Arlington National Cemetery to visit Kennedy's gravesite to apologize in person he had never owned a suit so he bought one for the occasion getting dressed up showing Kennedy respect saying he was sorry all of it brought back the way he felt when he first laid eyes on Kennedy while serving Him Room Service. You felt important. He felt American. He felt
Fest drops Peter Yarrow over 'indecent liberties' sentence
"A music festival in upstate New York has disinvited folksinger Peter yaro of Peter Paul and Mary because he was once put in jail for something that happened with a fourteen year old girl in nineteen sixty nine the teen and her seventeen year old sister went to your house hotel for an autograph and he answered the door naked your was sentenced to three months in jail president Carter pardoned him in nineteen eighty and nineteen eighty
"yaro" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Would have been some other team to come in. Did you feel? I feel I feel it because is like Jim that have. Is that each and every player somewhere like you want Richie? And this is this is like I play the role of and. Everything good football by the one of the defenders in the country before I came here. So I was one, one of the best defender in the country before I gave me Zo, but this is I was playing that to have a good contract outside and play. So I was I was surprised when this opportunity came. Talking with Ebrahim Yaro first year member of the switch backs. And then, of course, Kouassi Dong Soo comes over with you in science with the switch backs as well. How, how cool is it to be able to come over here and play with a fellow countrymen like quasi, and kind of go, you know, be in America together because I'm sure you're jesting to a lot of stuff here. How much does it help? Having quasi alongside is been a wonderful. Been gone is like we pay. AM club for so many as we know each other for couple of years and is one of the best guys as we go can I wasn't number? And then also like one of the best defender without walks binged on national level, not so me here is like amazing. We know each other coming here. So we've been the best team and defender. Come come into being a good ten here. So it's an amazing to come to us in club.
"yaro" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Kiara Yaro, that's a cool name, my friend, Amelia Amelia. Girl. Yeah. Ding dong. Did he just ask you a Melia is a girl, you never know? Right. Amelia. I think because they're the they're the lightning girls. Okay. We're doing drops in person. I think if they can give us a lightning at my head that might really work. Okay. You ready just? Ooh. Lightning Betty one two three eight name. Thank you. Ding Dong with the two of you have a whole new. Good. Oh, what an audience. That's all right. Very good. When we come back. We'll pass the microphone wanna give a shout out of. Thanks anybody. It's the end of the week Wests or. or? Run Mondo is with us. Show where Christ cathedral in garden draws on Tom. Pastathon dot com. The Labor Department says more than six hundred garment workers in L A are owed money for wages and OT about one and a half million dollars will be handed out just to pay up for factory work done in two thousand eighteen several companies in the fashion industry. We're also cited for record keeping violations the recently resigned Fullerton. Police chief of police captain had been charged with misdemeanor battery for a fight with a couple of EMT's in Irvine. Prosecutors say David Hendrickson Thomas Oliveira's got into a fight with the paramedics at a lady antebellum pondered this past summer chief Hendrix resigned last month. We'll check weather and traffic on the. Looks like maybe the two ten next SRP.
Full circle magazine, weekly news, audio, cast upbeat
"I up this week are a number of destroy updates. Developers of the Bunda based links mint are planning, big updates to the cinnamon, four dot zero desktop environment. The team will be focusing on under the hood improvements and the v sync options, which should improve performance window manipulations. Neptune OS five dot four, which is based on Boone two's, parent OS Debbie in is also seen many improvements. The graphical user interface is getting a makeover with dark females. The Colonel and apps are also getting updated versions. Users should see performance and visual changes as well as better overall hardware support. Debbie and based slacks, nine dot five dot zero has been released and includes better hardware and file system, support security, patches, and software version have been updated as well. Additionally, you can now purchase slacks on a hardware in crypt at USB key and run it directly from the key as it was originally envisioned. The visuals of Ubuntu are getting a makeover. The community collaboration theme Yaro is set to be the next default in boon to eighteen ten. However, you can try now by installing the community theme. Snap. The theme is designed to be a warmer cleaner, flat look that fits with the latest trends. Boot failure on boon to eighteen four and sixteen, oh four. As now been fixed with the release of Colonel security updates. A regression was introduced that caused boot failures on both AMD and Intel machines. Canonical has now released an update to resolve that issue and both eighteen oh four, LTS and sixteen no four LTS users are urged to update to the new Colonel. Speaking of the Colonel links for dot eighteen release candidate. Six is introducing a number of hardware improvements, including network fixes, GPA driver fixes and the thirty two bit VM followed fix. If all goes according to plan than our cease. Seven will be the last release candidate before the official inex-. Fourteen dot eighteen dollars, zero, stable, kernel release. Lastly, India's first risk. Five based chip is here, are I s c stands for reduced instruction set computing. These chips, such as arm are used for low Power Computing, like mobile and raspberry pi. The risk based chip from India is called shock tea and has just been reported to have successfully booted links based s it's an exciting new addition to the ever-growing world of low powered computing devices.
"yaro" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast
"Slash cap space skins that you are a little know that you came from us with that slash cap space Yaro. This is one of the rare occasions where the Easter governs is actually it'd be more interesting the Western Conference because we had all those trades that we were very critical of at the time we can start though with the Atlanta Hawks, and I don't think we need to necessarily go through every single thing that they did to jog people's memories, but it's worth remembering that this was really seems like already. The hawks have been in a rebuild forever. But you know, they were the fifth seed in the, they lost to the wizards in the twenty seventeen playoffs. And you know, they still had Paul Millsap on the team. There's talk that he was going to get it max contract. Their owner actually said, hey, I'm making Paul Millsap biggest priority, but then they brought in Travis Schlink. They decided to go to new direction which is probably why because they had a really bad point torrential despite being the fifth seed that season, they traded away to white as well. They let Millsap go. They did not match the Tim Hardaway junior opera sheet is smart move. What. Did you have for them initially last year and why? So I headed to see. I hated the white trade for them because it was just because miles Plumlee was an awful contract. I thought I thought it'd be better to just stretched white, and then they remember they also gave up some value in terms of the second round in that. I think they went from thirty one to forty one in that deal, and they got you ended up working out reason. We walked for them and I was fine with the. They got a the what ended up being the last pick of the first round for for thirteen million for Jamal Crawford. I thought that was pretty good. Still pretty much like that. And then the contracts to deadman Ilyasova original. So I give them see, I thought, no, some negative some positive. And so overall, average offseason agreed with you on the trade taking back byles Plumbly who went a year longer than him wasn't great, though it is worth noting. They also got Bill l. e. back in that they save money for last year. And then also the have the difference between Dwight at twenty three billion and Plumbly at twelve million this year. And so they did actually make use of that kassy's. They brought in Germany, which wasn't great, but then they made the Schreuder trade for camello. So they did actually create more space for themselves this summer. It's just next summer. They're still going to have Plumlee and they wouldn't have had to white. So I'm not sure it's not clear to me that just buying out to white would have absolutely been better, you know? 'cause they did actually get some benefit from it this off season, which may be we undersold at some. I'd given them a b. though because I felt like just making the move to start rebuilding. I ain't the rebuild is off to a decent enough start and that they just need to do that instead of doubling down by overpaying for Millsap and trying to sign some vets. They ended up signing Ilyasova, but because he was on a second straight contract when the laws is barraged able to veto a trade and so they didn't get anything for on..
"yaro" Discussed on StoryCorps
"Retired LA times photographer, Boris Yaro in Northridge, California. What happened in the kitchen of that hotel on that night has also haunted the busboy in Boris's photo. His name is Juan Romero immigrated to the US from Mexico as a child. He recently sat down for story core and you remembered meeting Robert F Kennedy the day before the assassination when Romero helped deliver his room service, they opened the door and the Senator was stuck in the phone, put on the phone and says, boys, you could tell when looking at you that he's not looking through his taking into account. And I remember walking out of there like I was ten feet tall the mixed day. He had his victory speech, so they can on the service elevator which is behind a kitchen. I remember extending my hand as far as I could. And then I remember him shaking my hand, and as she legal. Somebody shot him. I kneeled onto him and put my hand between the clo- concrete and his head just to make him comfortable, I could see slipped more in. So I put my air next to his lips, and I heard him say, is everybody? Okay? I said yes was okay. I could feel a steady stream of blood coming through fingers. I had rosary in my shirt Puckett. I took it out thinking that he would need it a lot more than me. I wrapped around his right hand, then they will them away. The mixed a, I decided to go to school. Idee won a bingo out, but this woman was being the newspaper, and you can see my picture with a Senator on the floor. She turned around and showed me the pictures. This is you isn't it? And I remember looking at my hands and were dry blood in between my nails. Then I received bags of ladders address to busboy. There were a couple of angry daughters. One of them even went as far as who say that if he hadn't stopped to shake your in your center would've in life. So I should be shave on myself for being so selfish. As being long fifty years in, I still get a motion, tears come out, but I went to visit Musgrave in two thousand ten. I feel like I need to ask you to forgive me for not being able to stop those bullets from harming him. NFL like, you know, it would be a a sign of respect to buy a suit. I never owned saluted my life. And so when I wrote the suit and I stood in front of his grave felt a little bit like that first day that I that have been. I felt important. Fell American, and I felt good. Recognize the human equality of all of our people before God before the law and in the councils of government. We must do this, not because it is economically advantageous. Although when he is. Not because the laws of God mandate, although they do not because people in other lands, we should. So we must do it for the single and fundamental reason that it is the right thing to do. The road is strewn with many ages. I is the danger of Tilleke the belief there is nothing one man. One woman can do against the enormous array of the world, hailed against misery against taking rents are injustice in violent. Each time, a man stand up or an ideal or acts to improve the lot of others or strikes out against injustice. He sends four, they kind of ripple of hope and crossing each other from a million different centers of energy and daring. Those ripples build a Heron which can fleet down the mightiest walls of oppression and resistance. Senator
"yaro" Discussed on Accelerate!
"You know what the key words are you can work it into your title in yaro into your subtitles in the content of the tag while still getting your message out that you want you wanna teach educate yeah and i think that's very important so when you fill talking about the dollars people understand it's what people depending if they're going to put a google pay per click add or by google pay per click and i agree i'm in the the dollar bid i think the one variable perhaps those missing you're talking about as if they're it's an ad for something really high economic value than that doesn't always relate to traffic right but still nonetheless a great key indicator and that's really what you're looking for i mean none of the the keyword things are promises but if you're trying to find keywords that are worth including in your copy your blogs and so on or even give you ideas for what deride about exactly that's that's even more important is and let some people are like what they just guess what they don't you can take a lot of the guesswork out of what people are searching for don't don't write about way think there's gene for do a little bit of research and it'll really open your eyes up one because you'll know what the words are and to like you said sometimes people like what should i be writing about sometimes you get a list of a hundred targeted you're it's there i mean your whole contact allender for the next two years are probably in that list you know as long as you're writing about stuff and again we're right you never wanna right for the key words but i think you never wanna write anything without he words in mind that's really important because we're not writing for the search engines were writing good content for our deal clients but if you miss if you don't work the keywords in naturally you miss a huge opportunity in terms of search potential.
NBA mourns death of Gregg Popovich's wife, a 'real star'
"Manager bryan price has been fired we are less than three weeks into the season he was fired along with pitching coach mack jenkins jim riggleman will serve as the interim manager for the reds have been talking about this in the last week when i saw a lot of speculation in cincinnati about whether or not brian would get fired it's crazy like it's absurd that you would fire your manager this early in the season and to me it has all the and i don't know what the impetus was behind but it has all the year marks of an owner who's unhappy with how the teams performing the esa this year and there's no doubt they've been terrible three and fifteen with a minor minus forty six run differential that's not brian prices fall keith i i totally agree this seems highly overreactive i don't think you can fire a manager in april and he'd be anything but overreactive right if you'd what is different today versus eighteen games ago right this is the same sin guy he's been the manager there for a couple of years now so it's not like we suddenly four years right it's not like we suddenly nerd learn something new about him that we didn't noble for and the thing i come back to also is teams five and a half yaro so far this season and and a two hundred nineteen on days what part of that is brian prices fox that's the thing that i was come back to manager firings he's when he's not the one pitching he's not the one failing to get on base he didn't put the roster together.
"yaro" Discussed on The Besties
"All how often do you use i hate the landscaping came because how often do you use the fucking wing suit really all the time i bought a helicopter and after the wing so you unlock the ability to fast travel in the air so when after you travel you'll start like three hundred feet up in the air i guess i haven't gotten that might ten ten cost upgrade that i need to enjoy the first to upgrade just in the game sorry let me just just on the game itself i think i don't think the idea that it's a wide open game is knock i do agree with justin insofar as i think what they needed was one more mission after the map opens up that sort of welcomes you into the world and gives you a little bit more grounding sort of similar to sky room which has the like goto whitehall or white horse whatever the town called talked to the yaro and like at least something to guide you in they in the games events they do the guy on the radio says here's three towns you should go to those first i like my problem is that the world is to open that you have too much freedom when you start out my that's not my problem because i also enjoy that my problem is that there's there's there's no i feel like there's no reason for me to do anything because i think the upgrades are really weak in this in this game the you have a rebellion meter i forget what it's called but you buy like blowing up shit and stealing supply trucks and looting i'm and freeing rescuing people in completing missions you raise the rebellion meter and it's like other than activating these story things which all come in the form of you getting kidnapped over and over and i've been kidnapped so many times there's i don't know why i'm doing any of that shit i it's just to move the plot forward if that's the case i'm not getting some sort of tangible reward out of it like i'm going gonna pass on the fucking doing those i agree with you guys on but like i already spent a bunch of money upgrading the first couple of guns.
"yaro" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Math one that was the you've got famous because of gets used classic use for for wound healing and for present what we call a skip dhikra uh he must addict for bleeding you know it is fact a lot of the you know it i mean there's indigenous uh you people used at awad uh there's some tales and i don't know if he's for true or not but that indigenous peoples they knew they were going to go to war they would find any yaro patches or a close by you know what to to be able to heal to be able to go and hope you'll their wounds we'll greek leak this kind of like a mild yaro in a lot of ways it is a good wound healer free it but it's a milder one uh and it's a little bit from the stringent as well it's gotta that uses to uh the nice thing is that it's also edible so we use it in in a lot of survival type classes taxi rap music for wrapping food or i don't know if i told you this one but we cook food inside of the prickly pear path to rip off all the doors he put we need some of the stuff the top is out with and so we use wild grape leaves a lot of times the stuff the top put chicken inside of their puts us the great please or or whatever this you know a good edible that get you're not gonna get sick obvious i'm gonna take a bunch of like poison oak lease or something to stuff the top with grief leases a great great thing to do that with and then put that in the kohl's and you can literally cook i mean the chicken will fall off the bone you know in the calls that way so there you go again that's nice little mortgaga now now this is a grapes from it doesn't matter what part of the world the yoad same graces graves when the same principle right of sorta we're all kind of core yeah exactly so again back to the hybrid thing you've got so many different species and sub speaking can variant of riot grape of course grown around the world for wind and all kinds of stuff so those are generally not going to.
"yaro" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"I own five seconds oh switching to gaiko could save you a bunch of money on car insurance okay judges that's true kevin pillow and congratulations yaro geico because saving fifteen percent or more on car insurance is always the great answer got a data today for ya shut up zero win on a poll questioned today this meet friday shane irving stops by final hour i'm going to guess easy in a good mood after last night make levin and hasn't against the grain coming up a little bit later on i want to put a wager out to the dinner for say i'll put a shower shame on it oh yeah we'll wait which this in regards to a it's on this weekend's football action okay earned let's here i think i okay there's a caveat luca that i miss interpreted what some of the vegas lines were going to be i will open the admit but i was look at the game from like i like a lot of the underdogs this weekend i like i think that tcu could cover okay i think miami could surprise people okay i definitely like ohio state who's not of their nod and under no lawyer of that now not an anyway and whose the other team oh georgia george is gonna win then in the nfl i like the seahawks there are underdogs against the eagles on sunday football embassy and i like atlanta bag over minnesota but atlanta's favored i know that now okay wherever that now okay so what's the bat you don't even have a wrecked i have six underdogs him we're going to give me atlanta i'll bet you.
"yaro" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Morning and yaro joins me now in the studio hi there i'm are louise when did you first learned of an allegation of sexual harassment in connection with my caress casse will the first situation was the one you just referred to was the uh i guess in the fall all of fifteen the suggest to be clear nothing had come to your attention no allegations at the point when you hired him in this none of 2015 you'd nothing none there have been a lot of questions about the timeline of when npr news white so what i'd love to do a start there and to stick through my understanding of events as they unfold and please jump in and stop me if this or something sure doesn't square with events as you understand them so in 2015 npr staffer rebecca her shirt alleged that arrests casse made her deeply uncomfortable at a threehour dinner and that he asked personal an invasive questions she complained and rsk switch reprimanded that same year 2015 correct that is correct a year later october 2016 npr learned about a woman complaining of harassment by arrest casse at the new york times nearly two decades ago this complaint involved physical contact as she says he kissed her he forced his tug and her mouth correct that's what we heard and that would have been i think in not in the fall of sixteen yells of sixteen and then last month a second woman complained of our ask assists behavior during his time at the new york times a similar complaint that he kissed cars without paying having been invited to do so correct if that is the sequence say if you knew of these multiple allegations did it crush mind that leaving mike in his job might put other women might put our colleagues at risk yes well let's look at those those three examples that that you gave murder louise the first which occurred in the fall of fifteen that was an internal situation that happened here there is a terrible situation i condemn his actions there were unacceptable their deplorable we investigated we did it immediately we involved are hr department we injury involved are general counsel we sat with mike we confronted him about.
"yaro" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast
"I i dunno i has him somebody's manning the islands the moment but yeah i just don't know where that goes yeah that you're i guess he would try and he would have try and run back in a meal of compelling store he's in a ride up with his boat full 20 iron bornes and bela you're all on brain like there's like this no one's gotta be home as can be that monty python seen with the we just the ac now i mean we're not doing it like even if there is like he even at this has got to be a couple thousand iron born on the islands to repel the un's little i would think so yeah so i i don't know how that's going to work and also like i was convinced that the on surviving the battle in turning craven with the yaro was going to allow him to alert dany the next episode that you know something's afoot and you're not gonna get than the dow is going to be important but never nothing came of that to me this feels like a little bit more intricate then of the not not from character development from a plot mechanic this feels a little bit more intricate than the doubled these have been do in the last few seasons so i guess i don't i don't buy it kevin c while the episode earth finale was a muchneeded return to form for the show after a suspect few seasons it's also criticised or crystallized the problem increasingly having with it the show is always tended to overrate the importance of shock valley but these seemingly are getting sloppy in their rush to finish tearing answers he's meeting as well as our in signs a struggler examples of this they skipped to potentially more interesting but less shocking scene of teary convincing sursee so she could walk out and shock us with a change of heart they skip potentially more interesting but less shocking seen a brand telling a sister's about little finger took a shock us with him beyond trial instead of aria they made people act at a character to get us to shocking reveals as if that's our primary goal and telling the story i hope this is a blip about unconcerned the last season will follow this trend i even even worse.
"yaro" Discussed on WAXE 1370
"To hear the power sh here lifting peter yaro from peter paul and mary fame he had walked into history with the what is associated probably as the greatest folk trio of all time or folk group period good morning peter yaro how are you sir well i'm very complimented a reweight it here he he pondicherry trigger we had earlier our together almost two years but the the light at the end the commitment to what we were doing staying not through my work and no work no paul like others who carry on this great tradition which by the way we didn't start in any way we just carried on what we inherited from folks like pete figure in that we at the cia it it it it the grand tradition it one of course not at the top of the pot the day but it still had great regimen in the the lives of people who uh who are particularly focused on trying to do what they can to make a march peaceful equitable world and it it's a breath of fresh air in ohio filled with a lot of meanspiritedness and scary stuff these days yes ally allotted noise and i don't want you to be dismissive or or diminish folk because actually there's a year you did you did not become successful by typical promotion of a record company was really an underground thing that took place and that's happening again with full people are hungry peter jahor they are hungry once again for authenticity were you at the nail on the head at least are concerned because when people say what was sixty solve about and what was the critics are about what was the greening of america about that started to really take place in the nineteenth her i'll leave characterized by saying search for authenticity which i really totally believe here so great mind or what or a baby a diminish capacity's thinking taking apply now we were on the same track while we are i i you know i i have the distinction of along after you were there i played a what was the gerdes folks city the other end what was the name of the third one uh there were three of the bottom line yes theater and yes gertie folks that you and i have the distinction of being the only guy according to the manager goodies folks city i auditioned at all three.