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"zapata" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"Is boxing with Chris Manning. How's somebody punch him in the face? Anthony Joshua is a composed and ferocious finisher. Watch this. Hosted by SI's Chris mannix. That was my moment. Now with interviews, analysis and everything going on in the world of boxing. When you have talent, you are given another chance. Here's Chris mannix. All right, welcome back to boxing with Chris mannix part of the volume sports podcast network. We've got a great show for you this week. I am coming to you from Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates. I am here as part of the broadcast team for the zone fight. Dmitry beeville Gilberto Ramirez terrific fight. I'm going to get into that and much more with my guest this week. Ali Oladipo, a broadcaster with the zone. There's a lot of other media over in the UK. He's going to join me. Eddie Hearn, the promoter of this event, he's going to join me to run through a whole bunch of topics. So we've got a lot to get to on this show. But I did want to start off the top. By bringing attention to something I saw last week. Last week, on the undercard of the show headlined by William zapata and JoJo Diaz, you had a super bantamweight fight between two undefeated prospects. Hector Valdez, who was the golden boy promoted prospect, and max or nelas, who is a free agent prospect. Also undefeated, both 15 and O, they fought in the first fight of that telecast. And look, I'm not going to sit here and say it was a great fight, but this was a fight that max or Nas clearly won. He controlled the ring with his movement. He landed more punches, his combination punching was effective. The eyeball test just told you that he won the fight. Yet at the end of the fight, two of the three judges scored the fight for Valdez 97 to 93. They effectively gave Hector Valdez 7 of the ten rounds. That's lunacy. We're going to name these judges too.
"zapata" Discussed on Game of Crimes
"So we got some more of those, but look, we go from Aaron Graham to somebody else who I'll tell you, if you want to talk about lessons in leadership, and again, they made a movie about this training day, Denzel Washington, Ethan Hawke, rich morass, captain LAPD, was there at rampart during the rampart scandal. And this guy could have tucked his tail and just go ahead and stuff, but he took a lot of arrows, so to speak. He took bullets. And he lived to survive. He went through some really tough stuff. And now he teaches lessons in leadership. On how to recognize this slippery slope, this things that happen when you start compromising integrity and where it leads to. And that's so cool that he did that because I know so many cops that would have become so bitter about what happened in that entire investigation and they're kind of making him somewhat of a scapegoating that, but he didn't let that get him down either. He admitted to whatever mistakes were made and he corrected those, finished his career and he's continuing to help others so that they don't make the mistakes. I mean, just extremely admirable what he's done in life after LAPD. Again, yeah, just stand up, guys. Now, but when you listen to his history though, the stuff he did, the things he was involved with, you know, he was destined to be in that spot at that time. And so just again, just he could have tucked tail and rum, but he stood up and whether you like the story or not, you have to admire the fact that the guy didn't flinch, he stood his ground. And his teaching people from that. But I'll tell you, this next episode, though, Steve, Victor Avila, man, just another guy who I think got screwed over by his agency. You know, him and his partner was killed. He was badly wounded. The cartels came after him, and just the way, again, the way they treated him. I just thought it was despicable. It absolutely was. And. So we don't want to go too far with this, but we were looking at some of the pictures. And the reason that they were out on that highway that day when they were attacked is criminal, was not a government, was not a government operation, let's say. Yeah, to be on a highway that they were forbidden by the ambassador to drive on because it was so dangerous. And yet his supervisor makes him and Jaime zapata go out there and he's paid for it with his life. Victor was shot. I mean, it's horrible. It's horrific what the story is all about. And Jaime's name is up on the wall that we talked about in one of our Patreon episodes. We did a special for our warden of the throne, folks. And we talk about the meaning of police week and what those names go on the wall, how much significance they have. So never forget. But he was great. Here's something else a lot of people didn't know. Do you know Victor holds the world's record for longest pistol shot? You know what? It's on YouTube. Go take a look at it. It's unbelievable. It takes from the time he fires a shot until the bullet hits the target. I mean, it's like 7 or 8, ten, 12 seconds. It's unbelievable. A freaking amazing. Again, it just, I don't even want to tell you the difference because the distance because you wouldn't believe I told you. The Victor Avila, a pistol, world record. And just look for yourself. This was obvious. Now, this next episode, I think he was in the.
"zapata" Discussed on Game of Crimes
"So if anybody thinks that they were out to assassinate homies, I don't know what you're reading. That's about the forth from the truth as you can get. That's actually a really ridiculous conspiracy theory. So that's why we get the people here who, you know, the people who live the story, the most dangerous toy stories ever told by the people who live them and let me tell you what getting shot up by the most dangerous cartel in Mexico. You know, thank God they had an armored vehicle, even though some of the rounds got through, the windows, the armor stopped so many of the rounds. They would have died if they'd been in a regular vehicle. So thank God Victor still with us. Thank you, Victor for telling the story. You heard how emotionally got. I mean, this is from the heart. These are raw interviews where these people don't hold back. So to all our listeners, thank you so much for joining in and we hope that we're enforcing positive attitudes about what law enforcement goes on goes through on a daily basis, the press loves to media loves to put out every time a police officer screws up. That's what you hear about. You never hear about the heroic things that the guys are doing. And that's what this podcast is all about. So God bless all of you. Thank you for joining us. Once again. Yeah, and again, this podcast is in honor of agent Jaime zapata into watch February 15th, 2011, never forget..
"zapata" Discussed on Game of Crimes
"So, you know, thing we want to do is just want to make sure we remember and recognize Jamie zapata because the anniversary is coming up February 15th. So this episode is going to come out when you hear it. If you're hearing it for the first time, it's going to come out February 14th. So this is in advance and we just want to tell you, we will never forget Jaime, we will never forget what you did. And we'll never forget your service for our country. People can't see this, but this is me saluting you. Thank you. Victor saying, thank you, buddy. I'm at a very rarely at a loss for words. But never. But I just ran out of words to say to the way that you were treated. It's a shame. And I hope that you can confirm some of the stuff about the boxes and stuff because all of a sudden, when you said that, it started making sense about why would they take an agent who was shot by the zeta cartels the most one of the most dangerous areas in the world? I mean, dangerous like, you would have been safer on the streets of Kabul or Baghdad. And an agent gets killed and why he is not honored the way he ought to be. All of a sudden, so when we get to that point, we'd love to bring you back and talk about that stuff. But in the meantime, everybody go check out agent under fire book dot com. Don't go to agent under fire because that'll take you to his alternate ego, which is James Bond. Avila Victor Avila. But they'll go to agent under fire book dot com download it, read it. There will be a test. We will be having on this coming up soon. So I don't know what else to tell you, Victor. I mean, obviously good luck. Victor Avila, TX dot com. People can it's okay to donate for the United States. This is not Chicago though. You just can't vote early and vote often. I'll tell you what. A lot of alarm get a bunch of donations from outside of the state of Texas and they're sending me messages and saying police secure Texas and secure the border because we know that you'll be securing us as well. If it gets through Texas, it gets through everywhere else. That's right. No, just go say an honor to meet you Victor to have you on the show, look forward, hopefully get to meet you in Dallas here in a couple of months. True American patriot brother. Sorry, the way your agency treated you that should have never happened. Thank you for your service to our country and your willingness to continue to serve our country. Fucking hero. Damn skip. Thank you. Thank you for the opportunity to share the whole story. Probably one of the best podcasts I've ever done. Thank you so much. Thank you for a minute. What do you mean one of the best? Okay. This is the longest podcast. That's fine. Everybody, we're gonna edit this out. I'm editing that part out. But as with all of you guys, everybody stay tuned for the debrief..
"zapata" Discussed on Game of Crimes
"Victor Avila describes the moment the Los Zetas cartel started opening fire on him and agent Jaime zapata. And I'm yelling at him, I'm sitting next to me. I'm yelling, kind of going like this. And then he shoots. He lets out rounds towards like the front tire, front fender area of the suburban, and he goes, boom, boom, boom boom. I don't remember how many rounds, but you should several. And that's the very first time that I think I don't remember my son I said, did you fucking shoot at the, did he shoot at the suburban? It was so surreal that it took me I couldn't comprehend what was happening. Not that I didn't know was happening. I didn't want to accept that that was happening. Today, did he just like in fucking shoot at the door? Welcome to game of crimes..
"zapata" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast
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"zapata" Discussed on Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz
"In my pregnancy with my son who is now twenty. One months i think yeah. I was pregnant with him. You had noticed you starting to speak more about metron lessons on. I remember my as kind of picking up because as you mentioned earlier i've been following your work for many many many years and i- nari that was such a huge pot as to what led me to even want to try to become a model n. Sorry when i started hearing you talk about basin that would bay a program. It was one of those moments where i didn't really understand what it was but everything inside of me was like you just have two days. He have to do this. And i could just feel that it was going to be incredibly life changing for me. And that's exactly what the outcome has been. Yeah so it was just that. Full body intuitive hunch and giving myself permission to fully that i just wanted to point out that every other woman in the program in the training memorizing at the time was already a mother with babies and toddlers in school age children ash was the only one who was in the training as a first time pregnant mom and to witness the transformation immu- ash during that program to see how the concepts of metron cents and the understanding of the identity of motherhood and what we tell ourselves that needs to look like and who we need to be to say that almost in real time with you as you prepared to give birth for the first time was one of the greatest on his not only for me but for everyone in that training it was like without sounding crass beautiful. It was like you around guinea pig. We could see how it was going to change the way you felt about motherhood before you even gave birth and that's exactly exactly what it did is continuing to reform me in regards to apple's try mista. I could not prepare myself. For the fact that i would end up with price nato anxiety and my husband also as well and so i kind of with completely taken aback. The thing that held me three that and helped me to basauri climbed to myself and ray chocolate support. Probably a look. Cerna than i may have without this knowledge of matrouh sense was that it was knowing that would was and what it meant. Semaine end it was. It was really truly my anchor. Three that really doc kiryat. Sorry i'm forever grateful to yuri and for this age. Because that's when i truly say it's been life changing. Let that right. That's exactly why shared your story many times ash without naming you until this moment when people ask me in interviews a went on when i used to be able to hold events before covered about what do you think is the possibility to share metress cents with pregnant women. What do you think could happen can way reduce the number of postnatal depression personnel anxiety etc. And my answer has always been. We don't know yet. We says a very new area and we need a lot more research. But i can tell you one story and that is of this beautiful mama. This beautiful pregnant mala her time in and learned all of this with us. Yes motherhood still cracked here. I it's still brought her to her knees because in a way heads what it's meant to do in a way that zapata the awakening and the process but instead of turning that cracking into self judgment into silence into more suffering. She was able to make herself in that and reach out for what she needed. She didn't judge what she was feeling. She understood this was part of the process. And i think as you said this is the gift of metron percents. Can it make the into motherhood softer. Yes i do think it can. Will it stop all of the struggles. We have of course not but what it does is it stops us from tanning that suffering struggles into something. We're doing wrong ash at sorry. I thank you so much. Sorry beautiful too. He articulated in that way. Because that's exactly what it has done and continues to do for me. You know as i shed. My thing is about doing the wrong thing. Not getting it right and this is just really helped me on a very date level to really just tight so much pressure off of myself to be pefect and to get everything right. If i've done a lot of in a work over the scenery ami in the hia let mature sisters and the memorizing program has been the thing. Let the thing for me. That is getting very emotional. Because it it has just helped me to just sorry kind to myself through the uncertainty and missy nece and.
"zapata" Discussed on Tara Brach
"You know. I think in order to try to understand them like everyone else. I tried to look at life here. Death over here but kind of being you know thrown close to the edge it. I was amazed at that that two is part of a oneness So i'm wondering 'cause i've been very inspired by what you're learning have been from cancer mortality. And now i'm kind of wondering if you could update in the sense of here we are and we're about the same age and ageing goes on and how the vulnerability and reality of aging continues to inform you like what is it teaching you. Oh my goodness yeah. I was teaching me a lot. And and i think it. Let me start with a metaphor. That's been a great teacher of aging for me and the life of the spirit. And and that's like a meteor. Nino's meteors come into the atmosphere. The farther they go more and more of them flakes off and they get brighter and brighter until all left is light. They actually don't hit the earth of them and to me that has come into view as a metaphor for for the journey of the spirit in a body over a lifetime that inevitably more and more of us flakes off until there's nothing left but light. Of course you know when we say that's good more of us. Flake shaw until. There's nothing left but light and of course when that happens and you know it doesn't feel good and we don't like it along the way and it's frightening and i think i'm i'm learning more and more the paradox of limitation and and that to started early in life but i feel it more and more now i mean it was it was during my cancer journey that that i you know. Realize there was nowhere to go miracle was everywhere and And i think also here's like a hell things shift over time. You know my father who was gone now. He was a master woodworker until he was very gifted his hands in very mechanical and always taught us as kids to use our fingertips in holding things. That's where you're dexterity is well in the night this year i turned seventy i. I thought if. I met someone our age when i was younger i thought they were ancient. But on the last five six years and my wife susan zapata and we she has not only her word which she collects other powders works we have lots of wonderful mugs and plates and everything and i usually do the dishes and you know in the last few years. I've broken a lot of things. I felt terrible because some of them are like are collector's items. And i started to realize i don't have the strength in my fingers anymore. I can't hold it by my fingertips. I in fact at this time of life. I'm asked to hold things more deeply in the center of my hand..
"zapata" Discussed on Gugacast
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"zapata" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"zapata" Discussed on WSB-AM
"That they love. They love so much. After the The thing yesterday, and Marjorie Taylor Greene. What's he doing? He's gonna boot me off the air. Is that her latest audacious move? He's been hearing us make fun of her, and she's like I'm gonna start my thing at 11. Right now, Right In the end of your show, mess up, everybody. Segments s O that turn into if she takes questions that will turn into quite a quite a circus. I'm sure But so the Democrats really pulled a big power move in the house, and I think it's the first time ever. Maybe it's not if it's just wildly rare if it's not the first time ever. But the majority party decided to strip committee assignments from the minority, but not allowing the minority party. The Republicans in the House representative to decide who's gonna be on their on their committees, usually so there's a real power move. And because of the retweets of the Q and on stuff, and and and she handed too much ammunition to the other side, which is, you know, she allowed them to Construe it as if she's an actual threat to her colleagues. She's not She did some stupid retweets and she believed in some nutty stuff. And now she gave a speech yesterday, saying What? That she She no longer believes in Q And on or a little. You know if you're gonna backpedal start early. Yeah, you know, you start backpedaling after the vote to three weeks ago. This may have helped the cause as far as committee assignments. But do you have a little audio of her talking about? She says. She's just like everybody else. What you need to know about me is I'm a very regular American. Just like the people I represent in my district and most people across the country. Some people are district going, okay? That's fine. But we do. You're not just like me because I never thought that Democrats were drinking the blood of Children. But other than that, when it comes to taxes Way agree, But not that Not that other thing. Do we have another one of her talking about the Q and on, she went decision went down the rabbit hole and Barbara A problem with that is so as I was allowed to believe things that weren't true, and I would ask questions questions about them and talk about them. And that is absolutely what I regret. Because if it weren't for the Facebook post and comments that I liked in 2018 I wouldn't be standing here today and you couldn't point a finger and accuse me of anything wrong. No. You could've started in January immediately, saying, I don't believe that stuff anymore. And I don't stand for that stuff and you could've been a smart politician in the sense of Listen, Power comes and power goes. And in this system, people have power for certain amount of time. And when it's gone, it's gone. And a Zapata Titian, you have to know when that happens, and she just overplayed their hand. Two minutes after the seas on the Capitol building on January 6th. Trumpers lost all power. I'm talking real power, the ability to get things done at the national level. And she decided, you know she was gonna be the last one. You know that guy that, uh, I don't even know if it's true or not. This idea of the Japanese soldier who came out of hiding in the seventies and thought it was still warm or two or so. I don't even know if that's a true story. But it's a story you hear about, and she's just like she went. She doubled down on January 7th. And that wasn't a smart political move. But now the little bit is going back toward this, Jen Psaki. There's a story out there about White House press press secretary Jen Psaki. She's come under fire. Because she referred to Senator Lindsey Graham as Lady G s and an old sweet that is being called Homophobic and hit tone deaf Did you know Democrats could be tone deaf? I didn't remember his town, Dad, this whole what was the thing behind lady G. There was some school escort. We're saying that we know who this guy is that he's called Lady G, and it was never He denied it right. You denied it. Lindsey Graham, you you're hardly matters bad, anything like that. It's not true, but I live from doesn't matter And like nobody's business, But his line is not true. And I don't mean what general, she said quote. On Lian 2020 does hashtag Lady G get to push a bunch of debunked conspiracy theories while questioning Sally Yates, aka an American hero. Oh, yes, an American hero circle back with her. S O s l A little too. You're still here to say that that lady G thing was just nonsense. So whatever extent it would matter if it's accurate or it's not true or whatever. I was just.
"zapata" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission
"S context, obviously Azaz a public private partnership, but it'll be pilots this year if we're successful to build on Actually a full blown central bank. Digital currency infrastructure is is a big endeavor needs to be done carefully. You know, it's gotta be done writing not fast on diddle Take a number of years. The B I s report put out that 25% of the world's central banks expect to have a coin and production by 2025 So pilots research All the prep work That would get us to that. You know, new new aspect of financial infrastructure and the next the next three or five years. How long until we believe till do you believe that digital currency replaces the actual dollar and the use of actual currency itself? Quality, so in terms of in terms of replacing physical cash, Yeah, there's there's been a global trend underway for some time around the declining use of physical cash that the U. S. Had not really participated much in that in that trend until the pandemic there's 10 minutes. Not been a huge acceleration of that in the U. S. So I don't see cash. I don't see physical cash going away anytime soon. I do see that with the introduction From the third form of of currency that declined continue over time. But I think we'll see these things exist side by side for quite a period. Talk to me about people that just don't trust banks. They don't use them. They may not be associated with Elektronik Banking in any form. How does this change their life? Yeah, It's one of the things we're most excited about way. Obviously, we have a big unbanked and underbanked population in the U. S. And we've got we've quite a few banking desserts right where there isn't a bank for hundreds of miles around. So you know, even if it even if someone wanted to, sometimes it's just not practical on DSA. So you know this is not a panacea for that issue, but we think it has an interesting contribution to make in that the unbanked in the under banks, really, their only choice is to work with physical cash right now. Buy a prepaid debit card and use that to transact online, which is very expensive on da obviously, a headache. And so the notion of thinking through the standards that one would have what were you don't need to start. You don't need to be on board to use cash right? It Zapata lick good available to anyone. If we channel that reasoning in those principles and say, Look, we can make we can make digital wallets available on smartphones. We can have an appropriate standard obviously need me. This needs to be has lots of regulatory and legal discussions around it. But if we can make it easier for someone to hold, have a digital wallet transacting these digital, the Central bank general currencies now suddenly, it's not as as relevant or or impactful that they're hundreds of miles from a bank or the like. That doesn't go to the trust issue. I think that's an important one to discuss on by something toe work on a swell But we we see this as being a important contribution in combination with continuing to make advancements around digital identity on D, how we manage your identity. All of which you know is you know is not helpful to anyone who we can't get. You know a device to write. If you can't access the digital world, the device it This doesn't help, So we have to work on those those parts of the problem as well. Well, it's a fascinating discussion and David treat. I appreciate you being with us. And if people want more info Digital dollar project all one word digital dollar project dot org is where you go. The digital dollar.
"zapata" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"A new ABC News obsessed poll says his approval rating on handling the pandemic. Is it 69% and approval on his ability to unify the country at 57%. He's even getting serious support from Republicans at 40%, although has he done a thing it was it's early. How long will that last? We're asking those questions of ABC News political analyst Steve Roberts. Good morning. Good morning. Well, look, I think there is a genuine sense out in the country of goodwill toward President Biden. I think there was a general feeling into speech talking about unity, talking about lowering the temperature talking about restoring civility and dignity. It's a message that resonates with a lot of Americans, including a lot of Republicans. But Let's remember one third of Americans still believe he's not a legitimate president. And I don't think those people were terribly impressed with Biden's speech on Do you already see on Capitol Hill hardening of the lines? You have brewing fight over the stimulus bill like a growing number of Republicans. $1.9 Trillion building, fighting proposed. Growing number of Republicans were all talking at that. Now, Look, there's a kind of born again physical hearts right? They were didn't worry too much about the deficit when Trump was exploding the deficit with his tax cuts, but suddenly they rediscovered. That their fiscal conservatives and they're proposing that stimulus bill and also I think the looming threat of impeachment is really a polarizing factor as well. So yes, I do think that the country is feeling one toward Biden and positive lot of problems ahead, though I've seen some people in the Senate that one in Congress talk about, though in the process to that they're laying claims about some of signing the executive orders, whether it's the Keystone XL pipeline or some other things that they say that's not very unifying. Well, that's right. I mean, of course, every president uses executive owners. Democrats did not like it. When Donald Trump did it. Republicans loved it, and now suddenly Republicans hated and Democrats love it, right. I mean, that's the nature of politics. The XL pipeline is an issue that Republicans have seized on already, Um they're raising money on it. They're saying, See, Biden is already destroying American jobs in the American economy, and that's a major fault line that's run between Republicans and Democrats for years now. Democrats tilt toward the arguments that putting climate change and dealing with the threat of climate change, preserving the environment. They put a much higher priority on that, while Republicans Have focused much more on the economic consequences that would follow if you attack jobs in the fossil fuel industry. Remember this happened during the campaign when Biden and one of his few missteps in the debate with Trump Talked about ending fossil fuel. Uh, a Zapata, the American energy package and immediately, Trump said, What a big mistake and jumped on it. And truth is, I do think that hurt Biden in Pennsylvania, a state that does rely heavily on fossil fuel jobs, So that is definitely an issue that has not gone away. But I think the The other thing that Biden has got to deal with. It's not just opposition from Republicans. He's also dealing with a lot of pressure from the left of his own party. The other ones who were driving impeachment and other issues like that. I didn't just talk to the so called sweet 16 over the weekend. These air the more moderate Republicans who maybe he feels like could jump on board some of his policies and ideas. But does he risk ticking off the GOP by pursuing The Senate impeachment trial, or does is he trying to look like? Hey, I'm on the outside of this. We're just letting democrats and just go for it. Yeah. Look, I think in his heart of hearts, Joe Biden does not want to pursue impeachment, his press secretary, Jen Psaki, was asked three times in her first press conference. What she thought it what's president thought about impeaching it? Three times she talked to question I think this is exactly the kind of thing I'm talking about April that he's gonna be under a lot of pressure from the left wing of his party to do things like this, But he knows he knows that if you're serious about unity, the last thing in the world to Democrats should be doing is pursuing impeachment on Donald Trump and Republicans. Relishing this. They're saying it is a way of building unity against a against Biden and They don't even have to defend Donald Trump, because none of them really want to be in a position of saying the attacks on the capital, and on January 6 were a good idea. All they have to say is, look, he's gone. Leave him alone. Pursuing impeachment after he leaves office is a fool's errand, and it's only gonna fracture unity, and that's the that's the coalescing argument you hear from Republicans. Frankly, it's a good one. And I think that one of the big problems Biden faces is the spirit of unity. This spirit of conciliation that he effectively invoked it. It Inaugural address That's in danger by the pursuit of Donald Trump's of impeachment. ABC News Political analyst Steve Roberts. Thank you Sure we've got the newscast had the drive. Right now we're checking in with John Morrissey.
"zapata" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
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"zapata" Discussed on KOMO
"Randall says he's grateful for loyal customers and any loosening of the rules. But things can get pretty cold and drafty. This time of year. We didn't open up a business to do to go and just focus on outside dieting when it's you know, 40 degrees and raining. Guidelines are clear that entrance and exit doors alone are not enough. Airflow must also be natural not driven by an H vac system. Almost Joel Marino. It's 11 40 We check in at the beacon Plumbing, sports chest with camels. Eric Giants Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto says his club passed on offseason trades and major signings because he likes with the M's are with their roster entering the next stage of their rebuilding plan. During the team's virtual baseball bash yesterday, DiPoto says that's part of the plan to get back into the postseason. If things break well for us, and we get into mid summer, and we stayed close to this thing, and and we do have an opportunity to sneak up on the back of the playoff field that Zapata stability for us and would be a goal. Still, he says he would like to see another arm or two added to the bullpen. Another possible starting pitcher brought into the mix and a left handed bat for the line up. The Huskies host Colorado tonight in hopes of finally earning a Pac 12 victory, Junior Eric Stevenson says some teams my look past a last place team. I don't think I record represents. You know our town level. Um, our dedication or work, you know, so he was like, Like I said, she's a problem taking us lightly. Um, just get opportunity brushes, squeezes wins and try and get some momentum tip off a six o'clock tonight. Washington State hosts Utah Thursday night and the NFL network reports. Raiders running back coach Kirby Wilson is expected to interview The Seahawks offensive coordinator position Sports attend and 40 minutes past the hour. I'm Eric Hynes. Com. O new coming up next President Biden getting right to work on his first day in office, especially when it comes to the pandemic. Handles.
"zapata" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"To the investor coaching show only clip talking about the world of money and investing. Timer planning all that stuff. Doubles hearing hearing Dr Friday's show toward the end there and People asking about social Security. Just give a couple of extra things before I get into some of my stuff for today. Yeah, You know when when you get into Social Security age, you can actually take income without any kind of restrictions. What's called your full retirement age before that, If you retire and you're taking you got social security coming in. They basically the cut off is you Get $18,960 in 2021. That's how much you can earn without them taking money away. But what happens is this They take. They take a dollar away for every $2 you earn over the threshold. But here's the thing. If you go, I've seen people do this before. Well, you know, you can't pay me any more than $18,960.800 employers and get e can't pay anymore. That okay, Great. I will pay you, um Next to nothing. Yeah, no problem. I I'm glad to do that. S o. So what happens is this Is they will take away a dollar. But when you hit your full retirement age, what they will do at that point in time is they will actually go and act as if you are older than you really are. What do I mean by that? Well, what I mean is that they will actually re calculate your age because your Social Security benefit amount increases for every year that you delay or every month you delay in receiving benefits. And basically what it way it works. It's you know if you receive it early from your full retirement age 1st 36 months they take away nine. It's kind of crazy. It zah crazy 5/9 of ah percent every month. It's a weird number. But that's basically what it is. They reduce it by 5 94% for every month and you take it early, and then it's 5 12 7% for every month prior to that, if it's more than 36 months, And then if you wait past your full retirement age, they increase it for 1/12 of our percent. So you know, basically 8% per years, when the way it works out to be from your full retirement age. For every year that you delay. Well, basically, what they'll do is they'll go. You know what we way hit you with the penalty and we hit you with seven months worth of penalties. Let's say, you know, we took away seven months worth of benefits. Let's just use something simple like that. We're going to imagine that you're seven months older. Then you are when we start to pay that benefit, And then what'll happen is that'll increase your Social Security benefit. That's that's basically the way that works. Now when you get to your full retirement age, you know whatever that is, you know for. Let's say if you're born in 1960, or You know these jealousy or later, you know, so it's his age. 67 If you're born in 1959 it's 66 10 months if you're born 1958 it's 66 8 months and you know it's two months difference each year, 1957 and 66 a half and And then you know if you're born fire 1954 or prior than its 66 is basically the way it works. Now, if you get all the way to your full retirement age instead of that, 9 18,060 Let your earned 5 50,020. Is what it is for 2021. So any confusion regarding that how that works it, Z It's basically social Security could be so complicated. You know, as far as when you take it, you know you have differentials between how old's my spouse. How old am I? What was my income versus my spouse's income? You know, if you you know, let's say you have a husband and the husband's benefit is based on the wife's life expectancy, you know, or wife is going to be their their benefits Gonna be based on the high Spence life expectancy in the reason for that is because When you took and take a look at who's ever benefit is higher. That's going to be the survivor is going to get that the lower income earnings fouls historically, their benefit goes away. You know when they for the first person who passes whoever passes first lower income earning spouses benefit goes away. And which is good. You know, you want to make sure that your you get more benefits rather than unless Anyway s 01 of things. I want to talk about today on the show regarding investigating. I find that a lot of people they take Hitting people get therefore, one case at work and what they do is they believe that there is so much thought that goes in. To the management of a 401 K at work, You know that there's so much thought that goes into the selection of investments. And and it's Zapata cess that nez unnecessarily nearly as analytical is, you might think it is. And people they trust they trust their employer. You know that I worked for these people, and I know these people that manage it, And they seem pretty smart and they seem to know what they're doing. And you know what you'll find is one thing to talk about. Today is all test people. You think that they know actually more than they do. Researches bearing that out. There's actually an interesting study. I'll talk about today on it is it's pretty stark how people do on retirement planning tests. How the general public does and it's not just women. It's men. And women. It is not gender specific. It's both because some people think well, you know, it's just just women don't know anything about you know, which is which is very sexist. Obviously, there are a lot of people that you know I have people that come in, and women will come in and get my husband doesn't care anything about this stuff, You know? So you have it both ways. But you find actually, but Ally ties men. It's the bravado. You know, I've got this type of thing and And you find actually that neither sex actually has it down is really what it gets down to. Um, but we often think you know that we we know more than we do, and I'll get into why that is..
How To Manage Digital Reputations With Josh Greene
"Josh. It's great to see you. It's great to be on. Thanks for having me. I'm really excited. I your fascinating guy so Here's sort of an idea. I think we live at a time. Where when most of us get introduced to somebody new one of the very first things we do after somebody says. Hey i want to introduce you to josh green. I'm gonna go you. And i think that's pretty pretty normal and in a world where i saw post from a dear friend of mine duska zapata. Who's rough and tough six months into a new job and she. Her post was all about the fact that she's never met the people that she works with in person. And so we're living in this digital first world right and so. I think it's a natural thing when we meet somebody. I think a lot of google them so this leads me to a question which is but yet. Most of us don't know how to take responsibility for what happens. Somebody types josh green into that little box. And so maybe let's use that as a jumping off point in terms of. How do i manage. What happens after somebody starts searching for me absolutely and really the first thing that you want to do is take a look at the overall results when someone Searches on your name and take stock of how many of those results are items that you control or about you and then start thinking about whether you would like to have more mentions of yourself on that page or the ones that are already there. Are they conveying what you would like them to convey To the world when the world looks at you so If they if they google you are you the world's best stockbroker or you a stockbroker who's been barred three times from the industry very different results. Very different impact could be the same person But but what shows up in google especially on that first page is really going to influence a large chunk of the world of their first impression of you. Yeah it's interesting. My buddy isaac morehouse. Who's the founder of crash. One of the things he says is i love be your own credential and of course part of that is what do people see about you. Digitally when they start digging around and so You know when you and i met. I didn't know much about how i myself or for that matter. If i'm a. Ceo or cmo or an entrepreneur. What have you My company you can actually take control over a fair amount of what happens after somebody types in your name can't you you can you can And i think you're a great example of of someone who's done a nice job of that whether intentionally or not it wasn't so tell tell me because when you and i first met. You told me that you said that. Hey the shit that comes up is good and anyway tell me about what you saw and what was good and what was not good. And how that applies more broadly to other people in other companies. Well when i took a look at your name there was a nothing negative really on the front page at all. You had your twitter feed was showing up in the top three or four results which is usually a subconscious. Cue that someone's something of an authority in their area or google algorithm thinks that over on the top right side of those search results is what's called the knowledge panel and most people it's powered by their wikipedia page In your case it was powered by amazon bio. Which is i suspect. Both something you or publicists have written and also very flattering And also much more positive than a typical wikipedia result would be there which is a much more neutral encyclopedia extending entry and the nice thing for you is. People are so used to sing with a pd content. There that when they see that you're a number one podcast an author and cult classic writer. They assume those things are all automatically true because they're used to wikipedia source of truth being there and in your case you're probably the you're the first person i ever saw. Who had something other than wikipedia. Showing up there in a meaningful way I've seen a couple of others since since that started looking for it but really if someone looks at this page are gonna say. Wow this is someone. Who's you know a thought leader in his space. Whose accomplished a bunch of things which is a really great start. Anyone trying to learn more about you
"zapata" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Do you describe yourself? Some people get a wordy didn't have buyers, especially on Twitter. They pack it with all kinds of stuff. Some people just have a word or two. I love our next guests. Bio. He says. He's a happy warrior voice off the deplorables, Hispanic and lastly, born for the storm. Trump 2020 campaign senior adviser for strategy, Good friend off the show. Happy New Year. Welcome Back Steve Cortes. Sad. Thank you for having me. You know, I am indeed born before a storm, of course, borrowed that phrase from the great Andrew Jackson. He was born for a storm. And so, too, is our President. President Trump, who has often cited Andrew Jackson has a statue and a painting of him in the Oval Office is I'm sure you know s o. I'm trying as best I can to emulate those great men. And to fight as hard as I can for this great country, you know, I think it's a a character trait. My wife came from a classic East Coast Walsh family. When I met a 26 years ago conflict, any kind of dispute was issued. You just don't do that. Not polite. She's changed, especially after her 3.5 years in the Trump administration is the political appointee for me. You know, I love it. I'm alive when I get into a robust discussion when I have a debate with somebody and right now Isn't it more important than ever, Steve Cortes. Absolutely, You know, we need people who relish the scrum who want to fight for this country. And I think that for too long before President Trump before candidate Trump back in 2015. We like to politely lose meaning Republicans at a lot of conservatives. Unfortunately, if we follow the unfortunate examples of people like milk toast Mitt Romney Or John McCain or Jeb Bush. All of these people taught us to politely lose. President Trump came along and said, No, I'm a scrapper. Here came this real estate developer from Queens, New York, who brought his brash New York attitude to politics and look at the results the most, you know, although all of us are aghast that we're going to swear in, unfortunately and illegal and illegitimate president on January 20th. We can still also the rightly celebrated It has been accomplished these last four years, and in my view set it is the most accomplished presidential term in modern American history. And I think that the bear that out and it's in large part because of the pig, mass itty of this commander in chief, his willingness to fight at times, seemingly against all forks and all powerful forces out there in our society. So I thank God for him. I will continue to advocate for him and for his agenda. I would also tell your audience that although these are dark days, and this has been Terrible week or 10 days in our republic. I will also say our movement are America. First movement is young. We still have a lot of work to do. We have a lot of achievements to chase no more losing politely. Like the rhinos half of so many decades are absolutely right. Follow this man on Twitter at Cortez, Steve Steve in two minutes we have left. In this segment. We played the audio from the president on his way to the border to show us that 456 miles of border war. Talk to us about that visit and told us about the border region and what how it fed two months ago. Except this is, I think very fitting that the president is going there on a sort of tour of accomplishments of his administration. The fact that he got as you mentioned 450 odd miles of border despite the tragedy instance spite the obstruction of the Congress the court's eyes really, quite incredible. And you know who really appreciates the most two groups number one Customs and border control, which, by the way, those brave people that are guarding the front door of America that is the most Hispanic agency of the federal government is that the high The percentage of Hispanics working in a federal agency. Guess what? CBP Correct s o the narrative that the corporate media wants us to believe that it's a bunch of should serve white thug policeman abusing brown people. The exact opposite is true. A lot of Ah lot of Latino men and women brave citizens of this country are doing dangerous, hard work to guard our land. And then the other people appreciate it. As you mentioned the people who lived there who live in the border region if you go along the border, literally from the Gulf of Mexico all the way to the Pacific. Sure if you go county by county. I've done this in a lot of my chalk talk videos I put on my Twitter. The president made unbelievable games versus 2016 in these counties, For example, Zapata County, which is very close to where the president's going today, Zapata County is 86% Hispanic, working class Latino County. President one Zapata County by 5% points. That is 38% better than he did in 2016 right next to Zapata. Starr County, 96% Hispanic, the most Hispanic county in all of the United States. The president didn't quite win it, but he did improve 55% 7. He lost it by 60% points last time, he only lost it by five. This time. Spend the Grimm's incredible, incredible these of.
Why The Housing Market Is Booming In A Bad Economy
"Glenn kelman has been the ceo of redfin for fifteen years and he says for all that time people looking for a home always put this one thing as their top priority rich poor urban rural people buying homes always had this one big question. What about the commute. The commute to work. Yes it's the old real estate mantra right of time immemorial location location location and most of the time. Those locations were big cities. Were most of the jobs were concentrated and as a result buying home in these cities had become kind of blood sport. The new york real estate market the san francisco real estate market. These were insane markets where there were bidding wars with twenty thirty forty buyers glimpses smaller cities rural areas. Were just a different world. In fact over the last few years housing sales had been a little sluggish and there was a bunch of speculation. About why millennials weren't buying houses. And what was going on. Yeah that has changed. The national association of realtors announced that from may to june just as the covid nineteen crisis was bearing down on businesses and millions of people were losing their jobs pending home. Sales rose more than sixteen percent. That's the biggest monthly rise on record. That is crazy to me because you know like in every five americans is on unemployment like i. It's like blowing my mind that homeownership rates might also be going up or that there's kind of a real estate boom but it sounds like there is well. It's white collar professionals who are able to work from home in some ways. This is a sign that the economy is just officially split in two. You have people who are worried about unemployment benefits running out and at the same time you have other people who are able to work from home and thinking about the home all the time and that's where they want to spend their money. These are the people who are really benefiting now because even if the economy is going through a crisis for them it's not crisis just sale. Glenn says that for the people who were lucky enough to have kept their jobs. A huge number of them are working from home now. And that's changed everything the traffic to listings that are in towns with populations of less than fifty thousand people is up eighty seven percent in other words. It's no longer location location location. It's more like space space space. And glenn says he's also seeing a big migration of people out of big cities like new york l. a. chicago and san francisco to smaller cities. Like palm springs tucson austin grand rapids and nashville and tiny san francisco and new york apartments. That used to have forty people. In a bidding war people have been leaving those places in droves tanya zapata and her husband moved to san francisco about seven years ago at the time they got one of those overpriced apartments in san francisco but a couple of months ago tanya and her husband noticed that a lot of people were moving out of their high rise. I started seeing a lot of people moving out of the building and tiny and her husband started to think maybe they have the right idea and they started looking around on the internet and then one day my husband saw this house and not by which is in the middle of vineyard and and the house is so beautiful because you have been yards all around the house It has space with fruit trees and also Raised beds for for growing your own vegetables. So we were like this is amazing. Go to napa. The house was not cheap. In fact it was about twice the rent that they were paying in san francisco but it had more than three times. The amount of space also their parents could move in with them. They had this big yard and all this land for their daughter to run around. Glenn kelman ceo redfin. He says people are making tania's calculation every day now paying the same amount of money that they're paying city but getting way more space for example he is seeing a lot of requests for extra bedrooms for parents and grandparents and requests for extra rooms for offices and home gyms
Trump "can't say" if he'll concede to Joe Biden
"For the first time in weeks, President Trump answered questions about the election, his ongoing efforts to overturn it and some what ifs like would he concede to Joe Biden if the electoral college vote goes for Mr Biden? No, I can't say that it all I think it's Zapata's ability. He also told questioners he certainly would leave the White House if Mr Biden is declared president by the electors, But Mr Trump also continued claims of massive fraud of which there has been Unproven in court.
Trump says he'll leave if the electoral college seats Biden
"President Trump answered questions about the election, his ongoing efforts to overturn it and some what ifs like would he can C two Joe Biden If the electoral college vote goes for Mr Biden? No, I can't say that it all well. I think it's Zapata's ability. He also told questioners he certainly would leave. The White House of Mr Biden is declared president by the electors. But Mr Trump also continued claims of massive fraud of which there has been none proven in court. Tom Foti,
Trump maintains election fraud occurred
"Weeks, President Trump answered questions about the election is ongoing efforts to overturn it and some what ifs like would he conceded to Joe Biden if the electoral college vote goes in Mr Biden's favor? No, I can't say that at all. I think it's Zapata's ability. He also told questioners he certainly would leave the White House if Mr Biden is declared president by the electors, but Mr. Trump also continued claims of massive fraud to be found off which there has been none proven in court that Q and a session as Mr Trump conducted a White House videoconference with members of the military serving far and wide. As for
Frank Zapata, Dover And Saint Margarets discussed on Dr. Wendy Walsh
"And a French inventor has become the first person to cross the English Channel on a jet powered flyboard Frank Zapata landed in Saint Margarets bay in Dover this morning you for thirty five kilometers in twenty minutes he was going about ninety miles an hour the potter has spent years developing his hover board he first tried to flight on July twenty fifth but fell into the
Franky Zapata, Skateboarding And Dover discussed on AP 24 Hour News
"Franky Zapata took off from a French coastal town looking like a movie super hero skateboarding in the sky he had hoped to travel twenty two point four miles to the Dover area in southeast England at speeds as high as one hundred ten miles per
Flyboard And Franky Zapata discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt
"Anything French television reporting this morning that a man who tried to cross the English Channel on a home made flyboard has failed in his attempt Franky Zapata says his journey was cut short when he tried to descend for a refueling stop about halfway across the channel and fell in