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"espejo" Discussed on THEMOVE

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"espejo" Discussed on THEMOVE

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"espejo" Discussed on LightHarted Podcast with Josh Hart

LightHarted Podcast with Josh Hart

04:37 min | 7 months ago

"espejo" Discussed on LightHarted Podcast with Josh Hart

"You're walking by people you know you have some friends and say oh. We saw a lot of guys looking at him. Like do some shit or we've got plenty played august tonight. Man feel like a tournament that way. Yeah it kinda like that because it was like all right you around them all the time. But it's like it was hard to turn off a switch. You know what i mean and You saw jimmy butler he. He didn't have he didn't have his him. Patrick beverley some of those guys like there's no friendliness competition and then you know maybe off season. Then it's like all right then you know we can be cool and all that but It was definitely hard to coexist with some of those guys. Because like we see you know seeing damon see espejo exceed. The wide just came out with a wine there. Obviously i love one i was. I was drinking Drink his one night. And i seen him. Now it's like. I'm not saying they're trying to have to most conversation with you. 'cause like i'm sitting there hoping you'll lose and we win and doing all that so it was. It was just weird. But i'm happy. I'm hoping we don't have to do that again. And if we do gonna. I don't i feel like i do a probably popov's any unlikely unlikely. New friends from the bubble unlikely new friends. Not really i really hang out with too. Many people hung mckell saw donovan. Jd radic two guys at all. I was cool before it. I got the hung out with them a little bit. More in the bubble with tj mccown. Doug mcdermott love. Those guys. great dude. So i guess it kind of i i would say that i guess i'll say them Because i was dow's always good vibes hanging out with them and drinking in etc. so. I guess i'll just say those guys. I went to college in pittsburgh and a lot of my friends grew up in the pittsburgh area. Tj has the juice out there for sure. Tuesday hilarious tj probably has wanted ugliest jump shot so there probably isn't a league like let's say let's say let's call it unorthodox.

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"espejo" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

08:36 min | 1 year ago

"espejo" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"espejo" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"espejo" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Bear with someone wants the news, they want someone. They can trust. Our job is to cut through the talking points. Martha mccallum. We're going to ask the tough questions because there's a lot of conventional wisdom out there that needs to be challenged in what I'm doing is making sure that whatever is develops through the day. People are fully informed from coast to coast. We're twenty four seven news but really down to the minute. We're going to be fearless. We're going to be fair. Whether it's a midnight were there channel real news. Real, honest, opinion. Trending now on NewsRadio eight thirty. K H VH. I'm Roger Murray, Catherine Kahlo is being held at the Honolulu federal detention center, pending her sentencing in October and a pair of upcoming federal trials yesterday, a federal judge called the former home Lulu deputy prosecutor, a corrupting influence this after she was found guilty of witness tampering on Thursday in one of the state's biggest public corruption trials, MRs Kahlo, how will reportedly be held in isolation at the center, which is standard procedure for. Former law enforcement officials a Honolulu based states deputy sheriff could face a second degree murder charge in the fatal shooting of a homeless, man. Police say the case has been referred to the city prosecutor to determine what charges if any should be filed in the death of Dhamar Espejo, who was shot at the capitol, building in February and autopsy confirmed that he was shot in the upper back officials say, the unidentified deputy sheriff remains on restricted duty as the case moves forward. Secondly, Karen Pence will give a speech at a luncheon for the US conference of mayors today at the Hilton wine village in Waikiki yesterday. Mrs Pence spoke to military families that the Pearl Harbor remembrance circle where she commended military spouses for sacrifices made in the name of national security..

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"espejo" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"espejo" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"Make the beauty line you wanted. And guess what you can't make it because your husband whose aim is also Bieber. I understand how that name thing works, but he already applied for a license, a copyright license or a, a premium a trademark license or whatever and his is still active. So she tried to get a trademark for Bieber beauty. It takes months months months than the trademark the patent office gets back to where they're like, hey, this already exists, and guess what? It's registered by your husband Justin Bieber, and he did it when he was nine years old. I mean he did it quote unquote like someone on just instantly gel makeup or whatever. And, you know, let's, let's sell some best Espejo Clair's, and they registered his name for Bieber, beauty or Bieber with beauty products. And now, they're like, sorry, hilly Bieber disarray exists, if she just done it as Haley Baldwin, which honestly, we all know her as Baldwin beauty paly Baldwin beauty. She would have gone just hate that she changed her name. Baldwin is a is a stronger name than Bieber. It's so much stronger it stronger. And it has the same cloud. Maybe do you think I don't know? I don't like Justin bieber's has more clout than Baldwin. No Baldwin is like that's a fucking bullets wrong. She got punished for it. Because now she has to apply again for, like with, like a different name or just up on the beauty thing, which honestly, I would at this point, I'd be like, all right. Moving on. Let's talk about a name with, you know, obsessed with this, no equity. Thailand Blundell belongs. It's not tie tiling, isn't it wouldn't? It be th- when violent will she's French. Right. She's French Dhillon. De Lun, TT, Lon, Teton Umbro due to you don't belong though. The most beautiful girl in the world. Teela blown.

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"espejo" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

08:52 min | 2 years ago

"espejo" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Interesting story about Johnson Johnson and baby powder. According to a report from Reuters, which reviewed internal documents from Johnson and Johnson when an arm of the W H O began classifying cosmetic towel such as baby powder as possibly carcinogenic and talk supplier started supplying that info, and it's shipments to Johnson and Johnson. They were still looking for ways to sell it. And they looked at two key groups of longtime users minority and overweight. Women we spoke to Chris kirkum reporter for Reuters for more on their investigation. Mike colleague Irian had done investigation. Published back in December that looked at various tests that had been done on Johnson Johnson. In the the mineral that sort of historically was using baby powder since introduce horn starch version of it as well, but was the main mineral used in baby powder, and she and looked at basically how some years had shown that Espejo has actually shown up in some of samples and in a few sample of the product, we were looking at marketing documents that they had that indicated the baby power line was starting to stagnate sales were slowing, and they were looking for areas to focus marketing efforts in the years and African American and overweight. People were two main areas they wanted to focus on and this came at the same time as the international agency for research on cancer, which is part of the WHO scientific panel. There had determined to classify specific type of calculus which was pair Neil use of which is essentially using as a female genital. Anti women for many years been using baby powder and their general area to keep fresh to keep clean. This was something that came up a lot in our reporting, and even women we spoke with had mentioned that and been a major claim in a series of thousands of lawsuits have been filed by many women against Johnson claiming that the type of use of talcum powder Varian cancer. And so. Series of of study. There's a lot of conflicting science not perfect by any means. But there have been several studies thirty years decades really pointed to possible connection between the general use of powder and Varian cancer. And so this international agency for research in cancer. Indeed six. The use of talcum powder as possibly carcinogenic which which basically suggested there's quote limited evidence seeing research studies that there is a possible connection was kind of interesting to the towel supplier to Johnson and Johnson started. Putting this information in their shipments to Johnson and Johnson and said, hey, well, you know, this is kind of a possibility and what happened after that? Was that Johnson and Johnson didn't really do anything about it? They didn't disclose any of this information to regulators or the public, and that's kind of part of the problem, right? There was a lot of things happening with Johnson and Johnson and the and the baby powder. Attrition had said, he don't really need to use it on babies because they can inhale it and die from that. So they had a change their tactics the number one user baby powder. Now, we're not babies it was adult so they had to change their marketing tactics. And these are the people that they started targeting after that are reporting it shown that had been going back several. Decades beginning in the nineteen fifties. There were starting to become concerns from pediatricians about using talcum powder. There were a few cases reported in medical journals that showed that there were a few fatal cases of infants die after they had picked up a bottle of baby powder or powder and the large amount of it. And really people were starting to say other ways, you can deal with diaper rash for children, and it didn't they're probably safer ways. Really? They were saying powder didn't provide any particular medicinal values who's a great brand baby powder. It was connected to babies from the start. It was one of Johnson and Johnson's products. Kind of in the seventies a shift that the company made in some of their advertising where they were starting to market more to adult market teenage women to sort of more of a connection to be being in the dull product and so had continued for a few decades. And then time period, we focused on with this time period where the international agency for research on cancer have this more formal classification, which prompted Johnson and Johnson supplier to include that information from the international agency for research on cancer on all, and it's something basically called the Curio safety data sheet, it's on the label or just sort of documented company shipments. And so John Johnson's players starts starts doing this. And then around the same time that is determination been made by the international research agency, that company starts plan to start going out for African Americans and over. Wait people that this time in in those presentations, they fighted Dag meeting tails and issues with sales of baby powder was even consumers do not see need for powder anymore. So they were looking for ways to go about it just a little bit about some of the lawsuits that have sprung up from these claims that caused people to get ovarian cancer or mesothelioma because they've been kinda hit and miss. There have been victories for the plaintiffs. There's been victories for Johnson and Johnson also ways and Johnson Johnson is appealing all the cases more of a legal discussion. But there are some questions relating to house in the cases where broad and in particular in Missouri, where there was a really large verdict last summer, a four point six nine billion dollar against James j in these cases in Missouri. There's questions around the points in Missouri. When that happened it just kind of debate over whether voyeurs shopping for a particular kind of jurisdiction in which they maybe. Thinks that it's easier to bring the large multi plaintive aces. So that's also been a an issue that Johnson and Johnson is eight appealing these cases, especially from zuri. Did this happen in Missouri or are lawyers bringing people from out of state because they think Missouri will be eight good venue for this type of case since all of this has progressed Johnson Johnson has stopped specifically targeting minority. Women and overweight. Women some of their latest presentations don't contain any mentions of this stuff anymore. Evidence of that name more recent years, and some documents that we saw from there's broke down promotional and marketing budgets didn't have that same kind of focus, and as we've been discussing the more recent years have been when really a lot of these sort of picking up really started picking up after about twenty thirteen at a large number of plaintiffs upper particular victory in twenty thirteen. In a case in South Dakota. There've been a lot more of these ovarian cancer cases brought baby powder has been sold since eighteen ninety four and it accounts for less than one percent of Johnson and Johnson's eighty one point six billion dollars in revenue from last year, but it's critical to the company's family friendly image this baby powder. So now they have two versions of it. As you said before this town's version still and a cornstarch version, that's one of the really interesting things about all the cases that when you're talking about close to five billion dollars about a product doesn't generate nearly that much amount in revenue in a given year. It really starts to go to fact that this really is product it's one of their oldest products for jobs Johnson into a kind of goes to the core of company is and other documents in presentations that we've seen from the company really really point to that really point to this idea of trust there, really. Whole baby products line. They have with Johnson's shampoo and Johnson's baby lotion baby oil company make most of its money in pharmaceuticals and medical devices now consumer products as much and baby powder is far less. But this goes to the core of the company's image and particularly their relationship with the public. And why they've bought these cases vigorously in court. Yeah. I mean number of plaintiffs thirteen thousand now at this point who's that challenges that they're facing really continue to mount Chris kirkum reporter for Reuters. Thank you very much for joining us. You're listening to the daily dive Meakin addition. I'm Oscar Ramirez, and we'll be right back with more..

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"espejo" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

08:51 min | 2 years ago

"espejo" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Plying that info and its shipments to Johnson and Johnson. They were still looking for ways to sell it. And they looked at two key groups of longtime users minority and overweight. Women we spoke to Chris kirkum reporter for Reuters for more on their investigation. My colleague Lisa Irian had done investigation. Published back in December that looked at various tests have been done on Johnson Johnson. How did years towel is the essentially the mineral that sort of historically was using baby powder? They've since introduce horn starch version of it as well. But how was the main mineral used in baby powder? And she and looked at basically how some tests through the years had shown that Espejo is actually had shown up in some of samples and in a few test sample the product we were looking at some of their marketing documents that they had that indicated the baby power line was starting to stagnate sales were slowing and they were looking for. Areas to focus marketing efforts in the following years and African Americans and overweight. People were two main areas they wanted to focus on and this came at the same time as the international agency for research on cancer, which is part of the show a scientific panel there determined to classify specific type of calculus, which was pair Neil use of talk, which is a centrally using as a female genital anti per sprinted iota. And so the idea was that, you know, women for many years had been using baby powder and talcum powder and their general area to keep fresh to keep clean. This was something that came up a lot in our reporting, and even women we spoke with had had sort of mentioned this and since then been a major claim in a series of thousands of lawsuits have been filed by many women against Johnson and Johnson claiming that this type of use of talcum powder led to Varian cancer. And so two thousand six. Have been sort of series of of studies. There's a lot of conflicting science decides not perfect on this lady means, but there have been several studies through the years decades, really that has pointed to this possible connection between this female general use of powder and in cancer. And so this international agency for research in cancer. Indeed six. The USA talcum powder as possibly carcinogenic which which basically suggests that there's quote limited evidence in research studies that there is a possible connected. Was kind of interesting to the tax supplier to Johnson Johnson started. Putting this information in their shipments to Johnson and Johnson and said, hey, well, you know, this is kind of a possibility and what happened after that? Was that Johnson and Johnson didn't really do anything about it? They didn't disclose any of this information to regulators or the public, and that's kind of part of the problem, right? There was a lot of things happening with Johnson and Johnson in the end the baby powder. Attrition had said, he don't really need to use it on babies because they can inhale it and die from that. So they had a change their tactics. The number one user a baby powder. Now, we're not babies it was adult so they had to change their marketing tactics. And these are the people that they started targeting after that are reporting it shown that this was this had been an issue going back. Several decades that getting in the nineteen fifties. There were starting to become some concerns from pediatricians about using talcum powder. There were a few cases reported in medical journals that showed that. There were a few fatal cases of infants dying after they had picked up a bottle of baby powder or helping powder and nail the large amount of it. And really people were starting to say other ways, you can deal with diaper rash for children, and it didn't they're probably safer ways. Really? They were saying how compounder didn't provide a particular medicinal values. It was a great brand baby powder. It was connected to babies from the start. It was one of Johnson and Johnson's oldest products. Kind of in the seventies a shift that the company made in some of their advertising where they were starting to market more to adult markets teenage women to sort of trying to establish more of a connection to be being in the dull product, and so this had continued for a few decades. And then time period, we focused in on with this time period where the international agency for research on cancer have this more formal classification, which prompted Johnson and Johnson supplier to. To include that information from the international agency for research on cancer on all, and it's something basically called the material safety data sheet. It's on the label or just sort of documented company shipments. And so Johnson's top suppliers starts starts doing this. And then around the same time that it's determination been made by the international cancer research agency, that company starts plan to start going after African Americans and overweight people that this was sort of time, and you know, in those presentations, they cited stagnating sales and issues with sales of baby powder one of the quotas. Even consumers do not see need for powder anymore. So they were looking for ways to go about it just a little bit about some of the lawsuits that have sprung up from these claims that caused people to get ovarian cancer or mesothelioma because they've been kind of hit and miss. There have been victories for the plaintiffs. There's been victories for Johnson and Johnson also. They had swung both ways and Johnson and Johnson is appealing all the cases sort of more of a legal discussion. But there are some questions relating to the cases were broad, and in particular in Missouri, where there was a really large verdict last summer, a four point six nine billion dollar against Jay cases in Missouri. There's questions around the plaintiffs in Missouri when this happened. There's kind of a debate over whether lawyers are shopping for a particular kind of jurisdiction in which they maybe thinks that it's easier to bring these large multi plaintive cases. So so that's that's also been a an issue that jumping Johnson is trying just eight appealing these cases essentially world appointive from zuri. Did this happen in Missouri, or or lawyers freeing people from out of state because they think Missouri will be good. Then you for this type of case since all of this has progressed Johnson Johnson has stopped specific. Targeting minority. Women and overweight. Women some of their latest presentations don't contain any mentions of this stuff anymore. There has evidence of that may more recent years, and some documents that we saw from there's broke down promotional and marketing budgets didn't have that same kind of focus, and as we've been discussing the more recent years have been when really a lot of these lawsuits started picking up they really started picking up after about twenty thirteen a large number of plaintiffs upper particular victory in twenty thirteen in a case in South Dakota. There's been a lot more of these ovarian cancer and he'll mckay's brought baby powder has been sold since eighteen ninety four and it accounts for less than one percent of Johnson and Johnson's eighty one point six billion dollars in revenue from last year, but it's critical to the company's family friendly image this baby powder. So now they have two versions of it. As you said before this version still. And a cornstarch version. That's one of the really interesting things about all the cases that when you're talking about Firday close to five billion dollars talking about a product that doesn't generate nearly that much amount in revenue in a given year. It really starts to go to fact that this really is signature product. It's one of their oldest products for jobs at Johnson into it kind of goes to the core of this company is and some other documents and presentations that we've seen from the company really really point to that really point to this idea of trust. And that they're really kind of this whole baby products line. They have with Johnson's shampoo and Johnson's baby lotion baby oil company make most of its money in pharmaceuticals and medical devices now in the consumer products is much less and baby powder is far less. But this goes to the core of the company's image and particularly their relationship with the public. And so that's why they've floppy cases vigorously. In court. But yeah, I mean sheer number of plaintiffs thirteen thousand now at this point that Hallaj is that they're facing really continue to mount Chris kirkum reporter for Reuters. Thank you very much for joining us. You're listening to the daily dive weekend edition. I'm Oscar Ramirez will be right.

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"espejo" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

08:45 min | 2 years ago

"espejo" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Interesting story about Johnson and Johnson and baby powder. According to a report from Reuters, which reviewed internal documents from Johnson and Johnson when an arm of the W H O began classifying cosmetic towel such as baby powder as possibly carcinogenic and tell supplier started supplying that info on its shipments to Johnson Johnson, they were still looking for ways to sell it. And they looked at two key groups of longtime users minority and overweight. Women we spoke to Chris kirkum reporter for Reuters for more on their investigation. My colleague Lisa Syrian had done investigation. Published back in December that looked at various tests have been done on Johnson Johnson. How two years calc is the mentally the mineral that sort of historically was using baby powder? They've since introduce cornstarch version of it as well, but was the main mineral in baby powder, and she and looked at basically how dumb tests through the years had shown that Espejo is actually had shown up. In some of samples and in a few test sample of the product, we were looking at some of their marketing documents that they have indicated essentially that the baby power line was starting to stagnate sales were slowing, and they were looking for areas to focus marketing efforts in the following years and African Americans and overweight. People were two main areas they wanted to on and this came at the same time as the international agency for research on cancer, which is part of the show a scientific panel. They're determined to classify specific type of calculus, which was pair. Neil use of talk, which is essentially using talent as a female genital anti per sprinted. Iota idiot was women for many years had been using baby powder talcum powder in their general area to keep fresh to keep clean. This was something that came up a lot in our reporting and even women we spoke with had mentioned this and since then been a major claim in. In a series of thousands of lawsuits have been filed by many women against Johnson Johnson claiming that this type of use of talcum powder led to Varian cancer. And so two thousand six been sort of series of of studies. There's a lot of conflicting science decides not perfect on that by any means. But there have been several studies through the years decades, really that has pointed to this possible connection between the general use of Calcutta and Varian cancer. And so this international agency for research in cancer into and six classified the use of talcum powder as possibly carcinogenic which which basically suggests that there's quote limited evidence seeing research studies that there is a possible connection was kind of interesting to the top supplier to Johnson and Johnson started. Putting this information in their shipments to Johnson and Johnson and said, hey, well, you know, this is kind of a possibility, and what happened after that was that John? Johnson and Johnson didn't really do anything about it. They didn't disclose any of this information to regulators or the public, and that's kind of part of the problem, right? There was a lot of things happening with Johnson and Johnson and the and the baby powder. Attrition had said, you don't really need to use it on babies because they can inhale it and die from that. So they had to change their tactics the number one user of baby powder. Now, we're not babies it was adult so they had to change their marketing tactics. And these are the people that they started targeting after that are reporting it shown that this had been an issue going back. Several decades it getting in the nineteen fifties. There were starting to become concerns from pediatricians about using Calvin powder. There were a few cases reported in medical journals that showed that there were a few fatal cases of infants die after they had picked up a bottle of baby powder or Calvin powder and nail the large amount of it. And so really people were starting to say other ways, you can deal with diaper rash for children, and it didn't. Probably safer ways. You know, in the really they were saying how compounder didn't provide a particular medicinal values who was a great brand baby powder. It was connected to babies from the start. It was one of Johnson and Johnson's oldest products to see kind of in the seventies a shift that the company made into their advertising where they were starting to market more to adult market two teenage women to sort of more of a connection to baby powder being in adult product. And so had continued for a few decades. And then time period, we focused on with this time period where the international agency for research on cancer have this more formal classification, which prompted Johnson and Johnson supplier to include that information from the international agency for research on cancer on all, and it's something basically called material safety data sheet. It's on the label or just sort of document that accompany shipments. And so John Johnson's top suppliers starts starts doing this. And then around the same time that determination been made by the international research agency, the company starts plan to start going after African Americans and overweight people at the time in you know, in those presentations, they cited stagnating sales and issues with sales of baby powder. One of the close even consumers do not see need for powder anymore. So they were looking for ways to go about it. This a little bit about some of the lawsuits that have sprung up from these claims that caused people to get ovarian cancer mesothelioma because they've been kind of hit and miss. There have been victories for the plaintiffs. There's been victories for Johnson and Johnson. Also, it has both ways and Johnson Johnson is appealing all the cases sort of more of a legal discussion. But there are some questions relating to the cases were brought and in particular in Missouri, where there was a really large verdict last summer a four point six nine billion dollar against JJ. In these cases in Missouri. There's questions around quarrel the plaintiffs in misery when this happened. There's kind of a debate over whether voyeurs are shopping for a particular kind of jurisdiction in which they may be thinking that it's easier to bring these large multi plaintive cases. So so that's that's also been a an issue that Johnson and Johnson is. Trying in appealing these cases, essentially world appointive from zuri to this happened in Missouri or or lawyers bringing people from out of state because they think Missouri will be good venue for this type of case since all of this has progressed Johnson Johnson has stopped specifically targeting minority. Women and overweight. Women some of their latest presentations don't contain any mentions of this stuff anymore. Has evidence that a more recent years, and some documents that we saw from there's broke down promotional and marketing budgets didn't have that same kind of focus, and as we've been discussing the more recent years have been when really a lot of these lofty to started picking up. They really started picking up after about twenty thirteen a large number of plaintiffs after particular victory in twenty thirteen in a case in South Dakota. There've been a lot more of these ovarian cancer and helium cases brought baby powder has been sold since eighteen ninety four and it accounts for less than one percent of Johnson and Johnson's eighty one point six billion dollars in revenue from last year, but it's critical to the company's family friendly image this baby powder. So now they have two versions of it. As you said before it's this tout version still and a cornstarch version. That's one of the really interesting things about all these cases is that when you're talking about Fertig Costa five billion. Dollars talking about a product that doesn't generate nearly that much amount in revenue in a given year. It really starts to go to the fact that this really is signature product. It's one of their oldest products for Johnson Johnson into a kind of goes to the core of food company is and some other documents and presentations that we've seen from the company really really point to that really point to this idea of trust. And that really kind of this whole baby product line. They have with Johnson's shampoo and Johnson's baby lotion baby oil company makes most of its money in pursuit of goals in medical devices. Now, the consumer product is much less and baby powder is far less. But this goes to the core of the company's image and particularly their relationship with the public. And so that's why they've bought cases vigorously in court. Like, yeah. I mean, they take your number of plaintiffs thirteen thousand now at this point that challenges that they're facing really continue to mount Chris kirkum reporter for Reuters. Thank you very much for joining us..

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"espejo" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

Vox's The Weeds

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"espejo" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

"Like, what is the concern? Right. And the ideas that we have a image in our minds of. Of the kind of engaged legislator ride and the engaged legislator. Can obviously be influenced by things that are happening in other states. Right. Like, you might go to a conference and meet legislators from other states. They tell you about your ideas. You're like, oh that does sound like a good idea, and you come back home, and you consult with your colleagues, and you do something having the common language, right? It's it's bad for a Bill in Ohio of the exact same legislative text as Bill in Georgia. But it shows that the legislators in Ohio rated his it is proof that the legislators in Ohio did not do original thinking in this, right? Because if you did if you had convergent evolution in which people who share similar values and have a similar sense of what kinds of things are big problems. They would just naturally come up with slightly different solutions. Right. Whereas when you're when you're copying and pasting it shows that you're not. Putting in the work. I mean, a separate question is is that actually bad, right? And I feel like the USA today article it goes through a lot of pieces of model relation that are quite bad. It is. So like the one that really jumped out at me as they write about this model legislation called the best Espejo transparency act, which like I don't know if you read the title of that and you're like a busy state legislature. You're probably like transparency around as best seems fine. However, as they ride in the USA today, it didn't help people exposed as best does it was written by corporation who wanted to make harder for victims to recoup money. So I think that is like the biggest problem of uninterrupted thinking in lawmaking is going off these titles, and then there's a lot of legalese like, it's a little complicated. But I guess my question about this one presumption of this is that somehow poor innocent state legislators have been duped into signing onto the specis. Transparency Bill unawares through this problematic process of routine legislating, and that if we had you know are real citizen legislators doing their committee hearings this wouldn't happen. And like, I don't think that that's right. Like in my experience. It's a limited experience. But I have spoken to Republican members of state legislators Shire's different places in my experience. They are hard core ideologue 'cause who love Alec because they think really smart people work really hard there to come up with is to help advance freedom and things that they wanted the very sincerely. They have a considered opinion that, you know, just like Republicans up on Capitol Hill. They really believe that like a big problem in a democracy is that people might over tax the rich and hurt long-term growth. They think. The big problem in states is that greedy trial lawyers will get these like big verdicts, and it hurts business often. Like, they are business owners themselves. Small businessmen often go into Republican party politics. They want to make it difficult. The reason they keep passing bills that make it hard for people who have been damaged by big corporations. Is that like that's what they want to like that is their goal. Right. It's not confusion or something like that. Right. And and pointing to the model, you know, it could be like a good rhetorical tact cry because like Jimmy over there in the state Senate. He's like telling you, he represents the people, but really he's just copying and pasting bills from industry groups..

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"espejo" Discussed on Do By Friday

Do By Friday

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"espejo" Discussed on Do By Friday

"So yours is probably going to look way different from mine because I don't follow a lot of well, actually, I don't know. You use lists a lot more than I do the. I like little tabby sway p like the first skip the first half. Yeah. The first page is the newsletters which is really want you to do this newsletter. Bullshit they ask you about it constantly. The second, third, and fourth second is the best. Third is the next best your own newsletter to forty x cage face? Oh, no, not now not. Now I signed you Mel newsletter? Yes. Does that that thing I see we're at mentioned and it's like new from the like Alex Cox, peril Posey that's like paper dot, talking about to you got a ban that client is that. Now in the in the in the Murray man post gazette. It's like we've got stories from at maks temp, Kim. Like, hey, today's top stories from nuzzle fell. Have you tried? Dog? We sat down with max Tempa. Well, at the top of mine is EPA's now allocating or wow, can't read today. Now allowing specis back into manufacturing and shared by MAC there, Todd, that story. That's is incredible. Google Trump Espejo. That's incredible. I just let me tell you this story, the fundamental problem with this flaw with the flaw with this with this thing. So here's the problem with Nosal. I'm gonna. I'm gonna. I'm gonna. I'm gonna. I'm gonna viscera this app. Oh, this is a very, very hot here. We just connected to my Twitter and open it up, right? And now we we're all aware of what's happening in the news today, right? There's that congressman arrested for corruption charges. There's the Manafort trial. The elections yesterday, big stories happening in Alex. I don't look at the election. Okay. Okay. All right. There's a big. There's lots of big actual big news happening. I opened up nuzzle number one story on the internet could talk dot com inside the culture of sexism at riot games because you follow all all of our friends are. And I'm not don't mean to say that that's not an important story. In fact, it's a story. It's a snow. It's a story that I read is it the number one headline of the day is thinking was most linked to by people. That's what this is. That's not what I'm not saying that this is saying it's the most important story. It saying the one that the most of your followers linked to try changing the setting to twenty four hours I'm onto. I'm looking at that right now. Okay. If you do for shorter ones, get things you can you can tune that to be about the volume that you want you can do is set a push notification? I don't generally do push notifications. Do a push notification for Nosal if more than I think five people of linked to it. Yeah. Number two stories, especially this number three is Kathleen Turner on Trump's gross handshake and the coast are she slapped? Oh, do you know how she got mistreated by friend who isn't Kathleen Turner? Oh God. Oh, fuck me gently she. She's on the cast of friends to be very cliquey. You've never seen the movie romancing the stone. Then the next story is Stephen Miller. Next target legal immigrants, and that's a real news story. It's almost like we use our Twitter feeds very, very differently. So weird and then going down the numbers in the top ten. There's another one. Stephen Miller enraged after discovering canto fucking from Mexico. Guesses pretty good. So so in some Alex, you're not looking at the news enough and the news you look at, you're doing it wrong, correct? Correct. Next. Sit down. You're different from me and that's bad. I though. Oh, because I saw a lot about in a reader and people have been trying to get me to use that. Well, that's what I'm what I'm using. I'm excited to learn how to read the news correctly Cinna reader. So I followed the Federico technique and I am on so basic simply a method of child child conception? Yeah. Just need this wipe..

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"espejo" Discussed on Start Here

Start Here

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"espejo" Discussed on Start Here

"That question people will say this is a company making a lot of money off of fear but it's not about fear is is about protection the owners of espejo inc to young guys they said their best day in business was when they heard that someone wearing a piece of their clothing had in fact come into contact with a gun in that clothing had saved that person's life so they say yes it's unfortunate that this industry there is demand in this industry but as long as there is demand they feel they're providing a service in a service that's keeping people alive gloria i know you did more or less for nightline we'll check it out then thank you should think bad and one last thing we talk about the old boys club all the time and you think about professions that are well old finance politics police precincts own male dominated workplaces always have been you might expect younger industries to be a more even split until you look around tech is full of dudes the experience hasn't been unfamiliar to me that's g marrone she used to work in finance i was at goldman sachs for fifteen years and plenty of time she found herself the only woman in the room now she works in marijuana coming to the cannabis industry you know i thought oh wow this is familiar i know what this is about the about black markets are often run by men forms are often run by men so was marijuana was getting off the ground getting legalized medicinally recreationally women were noticing yes a grass ceiling especially with cannabis going legal in new states and no we're going to see more women entering into the moreau now works for a group called women grow which is trying to make cannabis companies more diverse there was also a lack of diversity in terms of communities of color across the board and she says because the industry is so new you're seeing big changes pretty quickly i like to call them cannabis overs because it's there it's the the the the women who are seasoned professionals are those who had careers in other industries and then decided that you know what there's something about cannabis there's something about this industry i can take my skill set by now money is flowing and that can change a lot of opinions but as long as marijuana is a federally scheduled drug there is still a risk that some of these careers could go up in smoke all right off you go dope stories today right we will have more on twitter at start here abc there's a lot more where that came from james longman from thailand karen travers with the president gloria riviera watching people's shoop their clothes on nightline to check it all out on abc news dot com or the news app i'm brad milking see tomorrow are you hiring join the over three million businesses that use indeed dot com for hiring post your next job opening on the world's number one job site indeed dot com.

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"espejo" Discussed on Start Here

Start Here

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"espejo" Discussed on Start Here

"A military commitment to push back on soviet aggression and now when they see the american president poo pooing nato but then sitting down with ladimir putin with no strings attached and and nothing that they're expecting to get out of this meeting that's really raising a lot of alarm bells here in europe alright karen travers in belgium where there are still said over that world cup match karen i hope and go to england the you're not a bad luck charm to them too we'll see you later thanks ever great day let me put you in a room it's a regular afternoon in miami and the gill cub a gyro is pointing a loaded gun at his wife he counts down and pulls the trigger and his wife carolina smiles choose fine the tactile welcome to the world of bulletproof clothing it's been a thing and other countries with high crime rates but now designers are saying the perfect market for these clothes is the united states of america abc's gloria riviera has been exploring this world for nightline and gloria what these just look like regular clothes the products that have euros market and the other company that we talked to a spo inc which does more high end suits very fine clothing the clothing works because they're using the same kind of material that you would find in say a flak jacket they're using that material or similar in things like t shirts or to make purses or even children's backpacks and so let's talk about keeping your life alive like is this a thing like are people actually using these clothes and any sort of large numbers the caviar has been in business since nineteen ninety two and they say that after the newtown school shooting in two thousand twelve that's when they really started to focus on the us why because we felt that it was the moment do you have a lot of guns of course and gets part of the coulter bad we participating on defense and security industry and we want to save lives and now the bullet proof body armor industry it's estimated at about four hundred sixty five million dollars right now in the us alone but that number is expected to go to five billion globally in the next five years where do they sell them that are we talking about like malls are we talking gun shows like where do you find them both really the cavalleri was mic armor their business they sell in gun stores we visited one in florida that was marketing their t shirt they say down in florida that t shirt is very popular but they're also marketing them online espejo which makes the more high end almost co chore body armor clothing they have a boutique this cut is more italian it's gorgeous i mean it's gorgeous and the ties a sped oh the shirt is also very robust online business members of the security industries are buying these clothes celebrities high profile or high net worth individuals might going to bed neighborhoods landlords after clicked rent revisited in florida the owner told us that families come in and there's always a spike he said sadly after a school shooting but those families were in there not to buy guns but to buy bulletproof clothing or accessories that's where those bulletproof backpacks come in mukarram remakes bulletproof backpacks and they said that after the most recent shooting at parkland high school in florida those backpacks sold out like you wouldn't believe this as i hold it it's not too heavy no is wow okay so they wear it how just like a normal backpack he s or you're going to wear a field i sampled a woman's purse create on your arm with one snap it unfolds to create a body shield probably the most interesting thing i heard about was where macomer wants to go next with their products are talking about bulletproof chalkboards getting those into as many classrooms as they can do these people consider themselves part of a gun industry i mean they're not sell guns but he said they're at gun shows they're making money off of the fact that there's gun violence in this country i mean do they feel like they're contributing to this at all that's really where the debate is and we asked them.

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"espejo" Discussed on Inquiring Minds

Inquiring Minds

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"espejo" Discussed on Inquiring Minds

"Specis leads to cancer primarily type of cancer called meas with leona which is really in the in the lungs the theory to this point has been that there's chemical or there's something else in this kind of a mechanical shearing and causing dna breaks double stranded dna breaks is new and can explain why even though a specis nanna fibers end up in like all of our all around our bodies why they'd only create cancer in the lungs and they described biomechanically what happens in the lungs that sort of create the shearing necessary to create these standard dna breaks so i thought that was really interesting so it started with these you know antibiotic resistance in cattle because of the what they ingest with claes and and then it gets to the nanna fibers with specis that could explain the music theo and the carcinogenesis but then at the end they talk about gastro lifts that has animals that eat rocks and also these geo phages an animals we think is the peruvian paris but turns out there's a number of species that e clay what impact they might be having on their own micro buyum by doing that and so i thought i thought it was a really cool paper it just seemed like i i would love to have a conversation with some of the scientists to figure out where do they start from i think they probably started with the clay question when they saw under scanning em the fibers and how they're literally piercing the bacteria they probably thought of specis and maybe there was someone on the team was interested in espejo and then clearly you gotta think with the ingestion of clay kind kinda getting into a mill you with lots of bacteria than you probably go to you know the the klay eating parrots at least how that's how mine mine works so my start this week also has to do with eating and maybe we can some ways a scientific nod to anthony bourdain whom we lost to suicide yesterday and so you know if you if you are struggling with depression it's been week in which we've had.

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"espejo" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"espejo" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"A little closer than he would have liked but i think he knew what he had and galloping out i'm not a big gallup out guy but there are certain times when you see things that pick your head up a little bit galloping out proviso he had that big hit a steamy is running at justifying you would have to assume that as they went further proviso would go buy them but he never did galloping don't justify kept enshrined of bravado and in that case i think the gallup out tells you something and mike smith later said that he thought he had enough force that if if he'd asked you would have ridden the race differently would have written the last part of the race differently had they had to go further and he doesn't take the justify garage go by but also things considered it was very entertaining race certainly the fog contributed to what happened but the bottom line is we saw very very good horse when you first two legs of the triple crown we're chatting with johnny de espejo dot com when you referred to the race being like a fight i thought i use the comparison also like a fight in the sense that there are a lot of fights where the champion wins because he's just clearly the better horse and that i mean or the better fighter in this case he had to take a punch she had to prove that he could take a punch it wasn't just an easy race around the track tiptoeing around the track and and justify proved that he could take a punch as he was headed by is he was stocked if you say by good magic throughout and then when they emerged out of the fog you saw the left hand of whip of mike smith prevailing in front and then you also held off the two closer so i liked that comparison.

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"espejo" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"espejo" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Gone bit we'll get into the giants in a second andhra becomes the giants since you brought it up and since we played atlanta olymic rob lowe is still not as quarterbacks yeah but gaming athletes perspective here because look i understand it's our job to analyse this i did the ida done ten times worse but he he's a safety i know he's a rookie from utah but he pro football focus had of mike as a top10 rookie the kid can play you know in the huddled they're saying to everybody tackle amine bounced is tap lem inbound were good just make the tackle so when you see the play espejo in their ovaries it right big habitually said tackling bet no penalties no pi but when you see him come adam it looks like he's got his head down and he's going for a knockout hit are you gotta do i mean look i insides easily 2020 but are you do stand there tackle like your head is down the of it in the moment the guy run your when your heartbeat when you're the adrenaline going you know everything and we can't like is flies out the window ended as a rookie when things are going fast and it doesn't matter how many games got under your belt are certain time there certain people that have the ability doesn't matter the age to slow everything down game sped up on him that's easy and as he's a guy probably as the years go on obviously the game will slow down but you don't start eighteen games if if the game is a really that slow but in those moments that's when if you can't control your heart rate yeah that's why you look at certain hitters right that the in big moments like buster great in those big moments y he's call i mean really normal that it's normal to him at the moment is never too big this is the first true huge moment that this guy really had in his nfl career you can truly say that right a true choked job right just in terms of yeah it is a joke.

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"espejo" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"espejo" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Feel better your helping people that are suffering give twenty dollars give forty dollars whatever you think you can give got christmas money you know give a little of that make the if he can if he can this is going to a great cause folks okay uh a number of things to share okay here's the bad news um our metaxas super premium has still not launched you want to talk about failure to launch now i'm not going to name names but i can give you their addresses and phone numbers uh they live in the dallas area no you don't get resurrect don't do that but anyway the point is that somehow we still don't have the button up now who feel foolish oh let me tell you i feel foolish i feel embarrassed i've got a gun my face i want to say to all my listeners thank you for caring in emailing us in saying where's the button we want sinai we're going to extend the to ninety nine per month offer indefinitely i guess it probably february first at this point guys realistic were at this point but i have to say that we're going to we're going to keep the cheap price for the for the sign up because we will encourage sign up so we want encourage giftgiving if you want to say somebody somebody here's a few free year of metaxas premium super you know i wanna do that because i really feel like you know we're going to be on camera we're going to be having a lot of fun and we want you to uh to participate in that but um i do want apologized that the number that the button is not up yet because we kept saying it's going to be a by christmas is going to be is the headache if there's anything i hate it's when people say something and then it doesn't happen if you say something you know it should have espejo in you broadcasted to all of america half and were in the world young so there are people in burundi who listen to this program who is leptin noted that great burundian accent that's incurred been there many times got a lot of arrows in that cute comedy quiver but a burundi accident spot on okay so us i do want to say that a metaksa super will include you've heard of say this before all kinds of extras for your to ninety nine a month.

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"espejo" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"espejo" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"There and they'll this is something they'll likely whether they announce that today or next year or or beyond they're going to be pushing for these infrastructures jobs not private sector jobs infrastructure jobs and the government forcing the private sector to pay you more that's that's all they've got it and then it means they have not come up with a new idea no there is no new idea well no beef as they say that later on today we will know there are no new ideas coming from the democrats will it and and what would be what would be the approach what would be something that that would act ashley work what we've talked about but no the republicans are on that the president's on that all right up there was a little sarcasm there there are actually no new ideas in in economics folks just just so you know what are known as yeah there aren't we met new ideas for example capitalist ideas private set sector free market ideas to grow an economy that would be a new idea for the current set of democrats in uh in their leader in a for schumer and whatever in their leadership roles but will there be anything new now we'll know because even populism leans more to the left uh espejo ashley on things like this or the government should do something about them not paying me enough once and for all we should settle this we are going to force these companies to pay you what your worth fifteen dollars an hour is not a lot of money no one's getting rich off of this blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah is is a time for the democrats to commence a twenty dollars off i'm sure beyond that yeah with would today today you the day he that is in your sleeve you don't play that today okay fifteen dollars an hour right now and then you move on i say okay eighteen dollars or whatever derive young team dollar federal minimum wage yes right okay okay that's what they yes we need.

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