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"south central america" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

Veteran On the Move

04:10 min | Last week

"south central america" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

"Today we're talking with air force veteran curt yagan and he's the founder and ceo of existing conditions. Guys who are doing some interesting things in the Building and construction business before we get to talking about that. Take us back to us which is in the air force. Thank you having me on the show. I really do appreciate it and to start off. I joined the air force when i was seventeen years old. Red ice full. I didn't quite know what i wanna do yet in. I thought it'd be a great place you up get started and as it turns out it sure was. I spent most of my time in a civil engineering unit in the air force in that consisted. A lot of you know not only force protection kind of stuff but also building up of existing infrastructure whether it's runways or a housing things of that nature very satisfying did a lot of oh my time in panama. At howard air force base back when that was Us territory still in prius other places in south central america and even as far away as a goose bay. Labrador spent.

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"south central america" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

07:49 min | 2 weeks ago

"south central america" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"You're a sneaker head right but sneakers never got crazy this right. You don't have an example of your sneakers going well. So what's interesting is that As a person who's been in the sneakers for many many years My now most cherished sneaker is not a nike. Somehow even though i am a nike fan boy. Collector is in artifacts sneaker. Collaboration risk gotten stable basing your extreme wear designer that it was his first. Nfc at was digital sneaker that you could then forge now into physical but that digital sneaker that five hundred bucks for four months ago where i was like i feel like there's something going on here that just tells me this is right that thing right. This second is worth almost thirty thousand dollars lords. It's just insane. So i mean. Obviously they're certainly a bubble happening right now but it's not necessarily a bubble that's gonna burst. People are coming into the space in droves is really interesting. It's really fun. i think more than anything. I think it's about community membership and like you think about ugo labs as startup. It's a whole different way. They're never going to have to raise money. Institutionally or traditionally there the whole their communities funding. Now so she's different an inch. It's crazy that way when you think about it you could and i just had One of these projects on that was doing music and they raised hundreds of millions of dollars. Put it into a project somewhere in south central america. Nobody knows who's in charge of the project they all are undisclosed. I mean i wonder what the tax treatment of this is gonna wind up being a when your salad is a capital gains cuts. it's art. I gassing is treated like that i wonder what the board apes company ugo labs i guess. Yeah it's not a security because you're not buying equity in the company you're buying of art. It's really interesting but the art enables you to do something. Basically your access pass. Imagine if so house had built out like a whole different structure of decorations events free things from their partners in and stuff like that. It's sort of like that's how is start thinking about it. Not that it's so house but it's sort of just this this club that you can get into and be a part of than the community element of this can't be. Where does it match for. Where does it manifest itself clubhouse rooms on twitter zuri a slacker or something like that where people are hanging out. It's all dischord and twitter so just the discord is where each of these projects has their own discord and these things there's also a bunch of private discords that are for smaller groups of people like minded. Who made on twitter. But it's really like twitter is driving a lot of the conversation. Here and dischord is where it gets. One layer deeper. And there's some really really heavy and interesting things going on just like any dislike. Any you know thing where everybody in their mother gets involved. There's gonna be a lot of bad crap but there's also some stuff that's really really interesting where she's going. Tell me what are people talking about what they think the future of it is because when you have something that captures the imagination like this has it's gonna be a water We're gonna have a lot of ideas and you mentioned there could be some downside so unpack that for me inside. I think the the downside is that a lot of people a lot of money because there are a lot of people who are that who are quote unquote investors now entrepreneurs putting their money and things. They don't know how to properly figure out whether that's a good investment or not. They're kind of going by what other people say following these like. There's so much what they call the pump and dump swear people you know just really like all get together. Try dr price in falls to nowhere because there's nothing structurally keeping it up. 'cause there's there's you know yeah. Coordinated insiders uganda early panting. Something up and then they're secret liquidation. So that's like there's gonna be a lot of people who lose a lot of money that way but if you're strategic and smart like and you find the real entrepreneurs in space same way holds like you have found other types of businesses in the past as have one to evolved in china worlds right. I think that's that's where it's ads. So those people are really pushing. The boundaries of of how companies structures are out. And i think that just incentivize as a whole different form of collaboration between creator. Community that we haven't seen before that i think is interesting. I look at i think. Wow this to me is like this new form of patronage for artists. So i do think that this one is off the rails and probably giving one artist one hundred million dollars or hundreds of dollars probably unnecessary but if this was a collection of artists and you thought gee people were making great art. Because i actually. This is one that. I find the artwork appealing. I would actually put one of these apes on my wall as a piece of art. Because i think it's kinda funky and cool and i it kind of displeasing to me aesthetically but artists had no way to get money or to build an audience. They were disintermediated through galleries. And there were these gatekeepers now. It would be super interesting if somebody could create their own auction. House like christie's Recruited artists and did all this for them or with them. I wonder if anybody's done that. Start up before you quit do this. It'd be an interesting idea right. Yeah that's pretty much. There's a lot of that's been going on. Not on that level i think christie's seventies have smartly gotten involved pretty early sort of legitimize a lot of talent on but You know places like superior nifty gateway have been generating artists and being a platform to build community around to like pick handpick. And say hey. These people are great. We think you should know about them. And a lot of people's careers have taken off. Thanks to their success. They've had on those types of on this test platforms at one example just like some really interesting projects that that is that is going on is a guy named mike. Johnson who is a former professional baseball player turned artist us. Amish cuddle whites He has a he has a character called accu and he is basically making a movie about asu. It's you know he. He talks about how his niece came him. Site can can astronauts black and the whole concept of what he's doing is building a film at a persona around this character accurate. He really believes that. Like this while so it's been optioned for film and tv. Shows are not aku instead. So oh my god that's brilliant. So what he's doing is releasing a series of ten nephews. That are videos right. But it's basically your way of supporting his project right and so he is funding the community for his movie that he can then go into this under sex. It just clicked for me. It's like there's just there are Interesting things so jacob get a should buy one right now while we're on the show you should come and and common hop in the apartment thing. I spent one hundred fifty thousand on a monkey. What are you gotta come.

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"south central america" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

What Bitcoin Did

05:35 min | Last month

"south central america" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

"I know complex. I am sure is very complex in the us on the mexican border but people coming up from south central america. Doug know the answer. But i'm sympathetic to every person wants to move to another country to better that life and i'm an most. I get really disappointed with some of the arguments. I hear against it because they usually come from someone from a position of privilege. It is one of those. I the gene lottery right you happen. You born a certain colorado certain place and and in our current post westphalian world which were the last four years of these state concepts you happen to have been aboard within the boundaries of his arbitrary line. That was built around these things right. I have nothing you know. I've so much more in common with say an indian who loves cricket And is maybe into tech and so forth. And i do have with many of my immediate neighbors. And yet i'm supposed to be aligned with them around some nebulous concept of national identity even though i'm an immigrant who came here as an ozzy And i do actually have citizenship. Because we're a bunch of reasons. Go to that but You know these this is this is. This is part of the problem. And that's why two point agree with you a hundred percent. It is just a unveil like it's an on. It is just and so. How do we deal with that and again. This comes down to the immigration itself. I think a a and the problems we have with it now. Our outcome a gain of this of this clash between the decentralization of eric mason system. You can talk to anybody. Anybody in el salvador and we can talk about oil. Salvador in the mexican. Motor is a really interesting issue right now with regard to bitcoin You know anybody now. Salvador can look and see what is happening right now in the united states what they can get with the con so forthright. We live as if we almost can touch in an unreal since the lives of others the experience but al physical experience is completely different. So we're allowed to sort of imagine a a relationship with everybody and that has never been made more as possible as it is now through technology but at the same time the simul centralized arbitrary structures about where we can and can't live are. Are there right. So these things create as is as i would say is an will climate change. You know these things are going to really push these things out the answer if we want everybody immigration to me and it's not a revelation but it is had we invest in systems that allow full domestic prosperity and these places And let because we regardless of whether you know not again agree with you. I i think these borders and rules and controls are just fundamentally unfair but we just literally can't have everybody living in the united states or or in in the uk what we need of course is opportunities everywhere in the world And debris systems that actually self generate that sense of prosperity and and welcome. What's his way. the you know. The else Experiment is so interesting..

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"south central america" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

05:09 min | 8 months ago

"south central america" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Ooh, This is getting very Chinese. Okay, but they're very comfortable with it, aren't they? Yep. Strangely, now, here's the next part of it, And this is where it gets really interesting. And then the next clip, go and play it. Democratic Party is using the military of the United States, which they do not own as a political weapon. Republicans in Congress just can't be bothered to notice that you think officers of the Pentagon will be outraged by this. It's such a total betrayal of everything our country and the military are supposed to stand for. As far as we know. Tonight, not a single officer has resigned in protest. Background checks on people because of the race and sex because their political views were they protesting what they resigning. We can't say we know some clearly agree with all of this, and they like to see it accelerate. Quote I was chief prosecutor Guantanamo for over two years of former Air Force colonel called Mo Davis announced on Twitter today. And there's far more evidence of Congressman Madison called thorns guilt than the guilt of more than 95%. The detainees. It is time we start a domestic war on sedition by American terrorists. That's a verbatim quote. We'll repeat that sentence in case you thought you heard it incorrectly. We're making it up. We're not Wow, a war on tradition by American terrorists and and again. What has happened to our military class that used to love this country. What happened to the John Wayne? Class of people? What happened to the patriotism of people who signed up for the military? I know that most of them Are true patriots but there is a military class of people that is very chai calm at this point. Com. It's all really, really dangerous. So it's you have to stay relatively low. You have to protect yourself and your family and then have faith. He promised to dark winter. We're getting one. Yeah. Let me play for this one more clip 18. This is Democrat representative Bowman Brand new senator from New York. Listen to what he says. Freshman Democratic Congressman Jim Bob Bowman of New York State introduced his first bill in Congress last week. Congressional Oversight of Unjust Policing Act Worku Act for short to investigate what exactly happened on January 6th and ties between policing And white supremacy. This is a chance for all of us in Congress to sort of begin at a new baseline and stop spreading the myth of American exceptionalism and accept the fact that this is exactly who we are. And this is exactly who we've been throughout our country's history whenever their social progress. There's white backlash, particularly from the people who believe Thies to remain a white, dominant nation, and they are afraid of the multi racial democracy that we are becoming. They want you to stop spreading the myth of American exceptionalism. So I asked the question. Did you vote for this? Did you vote for the Biden? Did you vote for those Democrats? Shame on you. America's exceptional because it's the only place that disregards race, religion and all the other immutable aspects and treats everybody equally true. Do you know about this regard? What does that make him? Did you hear about that caravan of 7000 immigrants leaving America trying to get into South American countries. Wait a minute, leaving America you said leaving South Central America. I flipped the script on that people are trying to get out of America because we are not an exceptional way worked an exceptional country. People wouldn't want to come here. So funny. Do that. They wouldn't I guess, though Heads of thousands of people are getting out of America. Because about crap it is here. Listen, they want into those third World countries. I said this about two months ago. I do have a friend who's backing up and he says I'm gonna go live the rest of my life on a beach somewhere. And some, you know, obscure place, not in America. And he honestly is is doing that. So there are people I think that you know that is. Of course, if Biden gets in, that was what he said. And of course, Biden did get in. We'll see tomorrow. Pat because I want to play. I want to play something from Ronald Reagan. But go ahead. I was just trying to go it go to Ronald Reagan. But I'm going to look up the percentage of Guatemalans women committing in the United States and I think it Zoe Ticketless Lehigh. Yeah. Yep, I agree. No, it's Listen. The military is our last best defense against despotism. That's what the reason why I played the Declaration of Independence as read by Maxima clean. If you want to go, they actually list the entire litany of complaints they had against the King of England. And it was very much like what we're seeing in America today, and so in that sense when we come back on a play something that Ronald Reagan I'm gonna tell you. Ah, Full 10% of Guatemala and citizens now reside.

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"south central america" Discussed on Black History Year

Black History Year

03:41 min | 11 months ago

"south central america" Discussed on Black History Year

"I really wonder while the homicide rates that we have in the inner city that would of these youngsters knew a little bit more about where they came from the greatness rewards came So again, we just want to emphasize that knowledge of history is not an abstraction. Malcolm X. USA say all I studies. It is history that is most qualified to reward I research. And never words where smoking I love the so I'd like to get into some of your work in South Central America in India, specifically could you talk about what you've done there over time what you've found there as relates to black folks. Well, let's start with India. India is fascinating to me. India's the only country I've ever been Su. Why fell like I entered another world and India was really my first really really super big trip out of the Western Hemisphere in October nineteen eighty seven. That was a historic conference in India by the people call the untouchables are Dallas the word dollar means question broken in a press and this is a name that the sisters Zimbabwe's called untouchables in outcasts have given themselves. They are the Most I'm confident when I say this, the most press people in the world damage off thousands of years at the very touch perhaps the sound voices will cost ritual pollution to other people. So they are ostracized in segregated more than any group of people I know Earth in a majority of them based on my studies are black I say there twice many black folk in India as in Nigeria. Twelve Times as many black people in as in Brazil. So one of the things about India to is at an all of these areas in the east. Is that it causes us to begin to look at what we mean when we say African. What does a black person look like? An exactly. Who is an African? For example, if you go to the South Pacific, if you go to places like Fiji and the Solomon Islands, Y. Ban, you can see people bright blond hair. I've seen other black people with reddish reddish.

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"south central america" Discussed on Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

11:55 min | 1 year ago

"south central america" Discussed on Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

"Hanging in the tree so on that trip I made a major mistake and I paid for the curse of Drinking Wallow Water. I really think that I have pretty much the widest range of experience. Possible with back country purification and filtration. I've honestly tried nearly everything out there from doing nothing to pumps filters tablets boiling. Like I've done it. All in every trip is different. So what I really WanNa talk about in this. Podcast is just a lot of the different methods and methodologies in options for acquiring and cleaning water in the backcountry. There's a ton of different pros and cons. Everything there's no one perfect solution and every scenario is slightly different but I just want to cover the basis of everything. So you understand why you might need to filter water and then just ways to get clean water. So let's just start out with talking about why you need to purify water now. If I'm going to be real honest. There's a lot a trip that I go on where I'm not bringing filter. I'm not cleaning. My water in certain mountain hunts in say backcountry. Alaska where very few low animal densities no people know contaminants the water's coming straight off of a glacier filtered through the mountain. Yeah I readily drink that water without any kind of filtration same in New Zealand. Almost all the mountain water there. I believe I've never gotten off a drinking. It and I cannot think of time that I've actually purified it now. That's not to say remmy said. Yeah this is the way it is and then you get sick and Keel over it. This is just my personal way that I do things but the reason that you would purify water is because bacteria protozoa 's even viruses. If you're in a real I mean that could be in some crazy countries just even traveling and drinking tap water in certain countries. This is like a lot of things to look out for in the back country though the main thing you're worried about is going to be bacterias in GRE A-. Salmonella e-coli stuff like that things you get from animal feces in the water stuff. You get from beavers and just contaminants and bacteria growing in the water. Now when we talk about filtration purification offering people use those words interchangeably. And will I kind of just break up? What purification is what filtration is so filtration is something like a like a pump and what it does. Is you run. The water through a filter in that filter is a certain size that prevents certain sized particles from getting through so filtration is not the same purification because purification kills or prevents essentially everything whereas filtration. You're still going to get certain things going through there like viruses or too small to be filtered out so when you use a filter pump. You're running water. Through water filter viruses get through that whereas purification gets rid of the viruses and other things now for most intents and purposes. When you're in the mountains or on a hunting trip you don't necessarily have to worry about that. The main thing you're gonNA worry about is the bacteria so filtration does work ninety nine point nine nine percent of the time for all intents and purposes now purification is kind of that next level and that generally involves boiling it can volve a chemical agent chlorine or I at nine and they can also involve UV. So what I'M GONNA do is. I'm going to break down some of the pros and cons of every option for clean water. So let's start with filtration now. I'd say I've used a bunch of different filters cat adine. I think some of the ones that I've used a lot. Ms Our make some great filters filters let's they're mostly a pump type filter so what involves involves a hose that goes into your water source and then another hose that goes to your bottle or whatever and then you just pump it and by pumping you're pulling water from the water source. You're running through most of the time a carbon filter and then pouring it out in your bottle or whatever on the other end now the good thing about filter is when you filter water it also affects the taste makes. The water tastes better. If there's a lot of leaves or Tannin's like leave sitting in stagnant water creates leaves like Tannin's and it's just real bitter flavor other stuff like grit. There's a Lotta places you might hunt where it might be muddy water. After a rain there might be silty water glacier water this very silty and some of the other purification methods might not work as well so the filtration is great because it helps with the taste and it kind of removes that saltiness some of the bad flavors but the downside is is it doesn't catch everything is not a purification for backpacking for hunting for those types of things. Filtration is generally perfectly fine if you're worried about viruses and other things you're probably in some seriously bad water sources and you're gonNA probably use multiple methods of of purification and filtration anyways because water is going to taste terrible so you wanna filter and then you're gonNA WANNA kill whatever else. You probably use some other method whether it's a chemical or boiling or UV. Whatever now the downside to the filtration is they're pretty heavy their pretty cumbersome. The upside is if it's a small stagnant order source. It's great because you don't have to like dip your bottle into it. You can suck it out of small pools and other stagnant water sources. It's great for aiding and making the water tastes better so I choose to use a filter if I'm hunting in places that has very stagnant water. Not so much flowing water places where there's a lot of grit in the water might be maybe muddy water marshy type. Water stuff. That just you wouldn't want to drink even if if you did a chemical or something else you're going to have the grit. You're going to have the weird flavor. You're GONNA have all that so I would say a lot of places that I use. The pump type filter prefer. It are when I'm say maybe hunting Nevada or the desert might be just getting water out of a little pond or kind of more of a less moving water. I've used it quite a bit in Australia's well some more stagnant water up in the top end filtration works great because it takes out some of the sediments in the flavors. Now let's go on to some other methods so purification boiling water. If you have no other option boiling water is a great way to purify water as long as you boil it. I always go a raging boil for a minute that should kill everything if I met altitude though I will boil it a little longer because the water just never seems to get as hot as it does at sea level or lower elevations. So I kind of think around seven thousand feet or so. I'll add a couple of minutes. Maybe maybe boil it for three minutes. If I'm above seven thousand feet just because it gives a little bit more time to kill anything in the water now. Boiling is Great. Because if you can start a fire water that's great. The downside to it is it takes a long time and you also have to wait for the water to cool any can't get a lot of volume out of it so you can whatever size pot you've got. You probably already have that for cooking. But if you're GONNA use your stove to purify water. It depends on the length of the trip. How long you're going for. How will that will work? There's been many trips. Many hunts that I've gone. I just take my jet boil or my I use MSN reactor. I just take that and I just boil my water. And that's how I purify water each night of boil an extra thing water. I pour it in my bottles and set. I'm good to go. I don't worry about it. Now the downside is if I drink all my water I need either. Carry my boiling kit with me. Or if I'm going to go for a long time I'M GONNA need extra fuel and so you've got extra weight in the fuel to burn to boil the water but if you're a place where you can start a fire you've got a good sized pot. Yeah it's pretty easy pretty simple. You don't have to take a lot of extra stuff and it's a great way to get clean water but it does take a while and is kind of a pain in the ASS now. The next method of purification tablets. So the ones that I use most are the iodine tablets. I N kills almost everything. I guess it doesn't really kill. What is a cryptosporidium? It doesn't really get rid of that. Which I think is like a protozoa. If I remember right I just remember reading the packets years ago so somebody could probably should've done more research. You can correct me on that. But I like the iodine because I personally just do not like the taste of chlorine I've used chlorine in some third world countries because a better than drinking what ever I was going to be served. There's probably viruses. There is really bad contaminations especially in some really remote places in South Central America. But I I do like the iodine for a couple of reasons. One is it does a good job. It's the light but there is a use portable aqua lot which is it has like a stabiliser agent. So you do the Iodine. You purify the water. And then you drop in a stabiliser agent which gets rid of the iodine flavor used to purely go into the backcountry portable aqua but after prolonged uses of it. I would feel weird. My skin would almost feel like my skin would kind of hurt. I don't know what the deal was with it. It's just not meant for really long periods of time. So if I'm going on a three-day trip the cool thing about the possible quiz super lightweight. You don't really have to carry anything else. It's cheap like if you aren't your maybe just getting into back country hunting. That's agreed option because you don't have invest in a hundred two hundred dollars filter you can just go get the ten dollar pot tablets at Walmart in the last you a lifetime. Essentially now the downside is yes to be real careful when you're using it because you have to like purify your water. She can't like drink half your bottle and then add more water. And then you've got the whole wait time for it to purify so it might take thirty minutes and might take longer. You know when you do it. You put the tablets in the water. And then you kind of shake. The bottle turned upside down. So it gets in the threads and everything and then you have to wait the time and then you can put in the stabilizing agent and even with that still taste a little off if there's grit or whatever in the water like you don't get rid of that but it is great lightly alternative and it does work now. The third purification method. I'll talk about is like a UV pen or they call him UV filters or whatever like a stereo and now the UV. Although it doesn't look like it's doing much actually is in my opinion. One of the best ways to purify water. Because it's pretty easy most of the time you've already got a leader now gene bottle or whatever. Most of the pens do leader to leader and a half in a bottle. They kill everything..

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"south central america" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

NBC Nightly News

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"south central america" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

"Fear not is that they break the treasures apart to sell. This sword has nearly eight hundred diamonds if they break them down into individual stones or even into individual pieces they will lose a a huge part of their theoretical value. The police have hundreds of temps. And they're offering half a million dollars reward but so far no trace race of jewels. That weren't insured the insurance premiums on all those diamonds just too expensive Peter Bill neely. Thanks very much in another brazen heist caught on camera. This closer to home in Miami surveillance video shows two thieves yanking an ATM right off the wall at a restaurant and then dragging bagging it away. The owner says they also made off with three thousand dollars in cash and other items. The men are still at large. Those guys were pretty bold but there are other sneakier ways that thieves are stealing. ATM's using disguises and devices to discreetly hack their way to the loot inside NBC's got shorts. Has that story. They look like an ATM repair crew criminals dressed is technicians targeting. ATM's by Planning Device that gives them control over the machines jeans it's brazen at seven in broad daylight in front of hundreds of people in the US high-tech heists have gotten so bad more banks are turning to security experts like IBM's x force force asking them to figure out how systems are being hacked so quickly we know for a fact that ATM crime and fraud does cost the banking industry and Financial Services Services Industry billions of dollars per year in once a hacker takes control of an ATM. It's just a matter of sending out of bag. Man pull out. Handfuls of cash using almost any card with the magnetic strip. The criminal considered home. Send A street thug. Out to collect the money for them. Investigators saying the operations had become so sophisticated masterminds are now setting up training camps in other countries. We believe some training facilities are in South Central America experts saying even though the targets of these crimes are banks billions in losses could had been higher fees for customers some of them were made to offset fraud. So when you're paying a fee you're actually paying for insecure. ATM's against Schwartz NBC News. Los Angeles new controversy tonight for Uber. The ridesharing giant announcing plans to give passengers the option to record their rides. The company says it's an extra layer of safety but his NBC's. Tom Kasteler reports is raising new. Privacy concerns among the fifteen million billion uber trips each day a small handful of allegations of kidnapping intimidation physical and sexual assault. Now Uber is set to test drive a new program. I'm in Latin America letting passengers audio record their rides so there's a recording of the trip the plan test the same program in the US soon. Here's here's how it would work when you get into your car. Your Uber Apple asked you. Do you WANNA start an audio recording. If you say yes your phones microphone will record all the conversations in the car. The encrypt that conversation and put it on the UBER APP FOR UBER to access. If you file a complaint not so fast say privacy experts basically. This is to protect Uber drivers against allegations by by by passengers that they were assaulted the problem while thirty five states allow audio recordings mornings. Have just one party to the conversation. Consents fifteen states require all parties to consent potentially every passenger not just the account holder including clued children even drunk or medicated adults. The company has already been testing video recordings in the. US Uber tells NBC News. Our hope is to provide light a source of truth if an issue ever occurs.

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"south central america" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"south central america" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Nineteen. Years is all a place for a club down in Argentina good club studio contests and Inter. Miami's general manager comes from Atlanta United. I think Orlando City before that and one of the things Atlanta United sorta revolutionized was was. M._l._S. used to be a place where older stars would go still kind of that. It's still is trying to move on Yeah Yeah. Well Atlanta united realize hey we can have a sustainable business model here by signing young exciting talent from leagues. Exit Down in South Central America bringing them aboard given them all this exposure on this national television deal. M._l._S. actually does pretty well in terms of rights abroad believe it or not and Atlanta United had sold somebody already to Newcastle so Matthias Pellegrini. This is actually big investment. The reported transfer in a studio has said this nineteen year old prospect has already passed his physical and his medical with Inter Miami ten million dollars signing and the hope is that you can make this a sustainable business model by pretend have them tear up the league because he's a highly touted prospect flip them for maybe close to twenty and you use that money to sign the next person isn't that strategy kind of an obvious one that a lot of teams would probably try to do could've just be that Atlanta's land is better at it at better at evaluating that because it seems like a pretty obvious model of let's by guy for cheap and sell them. Atlanta is the perfect M._l._S. franchise to base your model on because Atlanta United is top ten in world in club football in attendance there there with the likes of Manchester United. It's crazy same. It's crazy because the thinking was getting older superstar to sell tickets and there's always going to be a place for that especially here with this club in Miami and we'll get to that in a second because there's so many exciting names that have obviously been reported that Lewis wars thing a lot of the steam has been taken out of that but let's say on the Pellegrini signing for a second if you've seen his highlights I understand it's hard to get excited for nineteen year old South American player that you've never seen play before and you're only exposure to them in some you know vine. That's been out there. I know vines dead but I like saying it all right but this is a loved one there. It was so great it had a moment in time. Yeah it really did yeah. Put It on the poll. Do you miss vine what was fine six or seven seconds. Yes six seconds. The Best I ever did was on the fourth of July with the flag is a backdrop and I said super fast. I said the pledge of allegiance and if you say it's super fast it just perfectly fit a vine you go from one one to six seconds and you can say the pledge of allegiance but barely you have to say it's Super Fryatt yeah do it right now. We're getting ready to fly United States work. I know we're GONNA give you another shot another show. Let me think you've had a bad day. You've had five things go wrong lyrics wrong yeah. You let me just terrible you. Let me know when you're ready okay well. Let's continue talking and I'll I'll gird all right so greg but where do you i. I want to go back to you as you yes. I understand that you've seen the reports Pellegrini. Obviously the club is announced. He's going into Miami Miami so very quiet on any sort of player announcements. Even though the transfer window is officially open they can announce whenever they want your thoughts on a combination of maybe getting a superstar name which we'll get into and combining that with the sustainable business model of using scouting and next level scouting really with analytics yeah <hes> gauging market place for young hot prospect down in South America taking advantage of market inefficiencies and flipping that player later on you have to have both when you're building a brand new team in a new market and South South Florida's obviously not a new market for soccer with the Fort Lauderdale strikers. We've had the the original Miami fusion but they're starting again so you know if you can get a star if you can get Lewis ours I if you can get time like L._A.. Did.

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"south central america" Discussed on MonsterTalk

MonsterTalk

05:38 min | 2 years ago

"south central america" Discussed on MonsterTalk

"Yes. It's one of my questions to talk about the what these animals eight and I saw that you had written about that Psalm this very interesting so let's let's talk about them. In general what Argh giant Sloth Mega theory I'm in the Mega theory ads <hes> what were these animals and what did they look like well they we move familiar with leaving species that very small about three four four five kilos in size and they leave hanging from the upper branches of the trees in the tropical forest in South Central America <hes> why many of the fossil relatives are far too big to leave on threes they where about some of them some of and of course where about the size in an elephant four or five tons so <hes> no not were would have been able to to support them of course I'm so interested in mega-fauna the debris that large I just looking at their skeletons. They must have had enormous bally's where they will but we would this. Don't go to the food yet. I'm so interested in all all these aspects. Do we know how fast they were. Is there anyone to tell that we have any trackways or yes the few talk ways by usually usually you don't run usually walk. It's the usual base the gate for an animal you seldom run newly running in exceptional locations when you have to to run for your life or if if you lead living things and foss things you have to run after your food and eventually eventually of course for for your life as well because you have to to to feed yourself and your young Ling's <hes> but <hes> the trackways a no few of them. I've seen that mega theme which is which were very impressive in in the Saodah podge of genocide is province in Gina few hundred kilometers from what I live <hes> they impressive very big thing ninety centimeters which is so well three feet in length and forty five centimeters wide and twenty centimeters deep very very large feet they they had they would assign of course to the largest of them all these mega theorem by and others and very interesting in North America they found that people were chasing <music> a dose which is a very dramatic story. Don't by by the tracks and there are some of us but you don't see them running now. If you have a new at this viscosity demoss left on on on the bones <hes> well you must conclude they were very muscular and they possibly move us fast as the modern big animals us which I which I'm not very fast compared to medium size courses. Let's say about some of course they wouldn't deserve that name of sloth. They weren't so slothful I mean the fossil awesome relatives yeah yes compared to the to the species it. What kind of a geographic range are we talking about? How how much of the Americas did they inhabit? They were the origin is found in southern within the southern part of South American but a little by little along the million E._s.. Went by the reached of deposits of America also Central America North America and the Caribbean islands <hes> and that's that's how I find story as well <hes> one of the modern species Bradley boost. It seems to be that the system ruble all the rest of slows while Geico Lupus the other species in might have became <hes> Ma- may have descended from from a branch of the group that colonized north. America first and Antillean than enter South and Central America from from the islands and being so distantly related it is amazing. They have the same habits they they leave upside down. They are very slowly Ju- very slowly their food. They live in the highest dramtise. It's just amazing. It seems that after the biggest thing show which coach I hope we'll talk later. The only way you can be sloth is start is been small living upside down in the highest branches of tropical trees while I think I saw on <music> a David attenborough documentary a long time ago that the slots tended to <hes> leave their scat in.

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"south central america" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"south central america" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"I think it's going to help. I. I've been saying for a while. And this is what my concern is. We have a president really can't see beyond a deal. He can't see all around. Okay. And my concern is as people build up behind this supposedly wall that's down there, and it gets a little crazier and crazier. People are gonna get bombed in Mexico as was get involved as air issues down there. It's like Lytton water. Come up to a wall. The issue isn't stopping the water with the wall. The issue is finding a way to get it all dispersed before comes up to the wall. And what we really should be doing is opening up liaison offices down Guatemala Honduras. Having people come in there. Try to help turn it off help Mexico with their wall between south Central America coming up and try to start working. Then why do they need a wall because then they won't come through Mexico is fast. No, I'm just saying you slow it down, and they can have the counselor at that wall. There. We have walls everywhere we have reported injury. And most people come in the right way down there. I was in down here. Sneaking in most people are coming to the port of entry and turning themselves in. That's what's happened in most of the people were calling for asylum. Well, that's what. That's what most people do families smuggling drugs underneath the tunnels. They're not coming here. Drowsy department of state said they're coming through the board of entry. They said it directly the president backed down when he was questioned about it. And we're because we're not we're not taking care of their borders. Look, don't misunderstand. We believe in strong borders here, and we've been very upfront about that on this show. We're not anti Trump border. There's gotta be borders. Everybody's got to have borders. But there's more illegals coming in from Canada. Didn't they say that the other day? There was showing more terrorists are coming in from Canada than coming up from Mexico. We need a wall there. In canada. Why not? Because the problem you've got is China, and it didn't do anything China and watch. What happens if China they're gigantic? Look, the problem you've got here is you got eminent domain. You've got initiatives. You get it's going to take years. It is your secure. The other things that we get into one with them. It's not a one thing. It's not a one stop shop. It's it is the wall is better staff. I think we need to really help the people that are down on the border. There's pounds. Those things have been suggested. And and democratic bills have been put forth. I don't know exactly what they are. But the various there are various different categories that they've tried to enhance one point six billion dollars to help increase the border security through technology and staff of which only forty percent was used in two thousand eighteen why wasn't a fully used. The Republicans do this Brian. They had two years where were they own the house and the Senate and get rid of ObamaCare issue and walk at the same time. It's hard to blame Nancy Pelosi, and the Democrats now when you knew they were gonna come this way and people knew who elected the new democratic house in. There was going to be this way. People knew it. There was never going to be a question. That's why there were forty new. That's why the forty people the differences forty forty a more than the Republicans the differences the Republicans had their chance to do it. And they didn't they blew it. And it's a lot easier to say, you know, you, and I are Republican, you know, I really don't agree with this while we're in control. But now, you have the Democrats in control. Now, the Republicans are saying all right? Well, now, we have to align. And they're still not they're still shaking. And unfortunately, this has come down to the border. He wants five point seven of the close to thirty billion. And now, it's just the border wall. And that's the line in the sand. Because that's where he can fight. And that's what his constituents want it. And when they elected him. He is not your typical president. He's a businessman, and that's why. What is a a failed businessman businessman? I'm a businessman how much are you worth? I'm a bankruptcy attorney. And I didn't hear it the four hundred billion to four hundred four hundred million from my father..

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"south central america" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"south central america" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"Yeah. It's very romancing the stone again, I are taking you. Yeah. Going to cut them. Yes. Yes. I again, I loved it. It was it was a welcome relief from Spanish everywhere for us. So it was a nice. We just went through. I think we're there two days, but we had been traveling all Spanish speaking places all around we got there. It was like oh shit like English kind of more regular food. It was I think that's more the the appeal. Don't you? It's. To me when I was reading all the the the backlash behind it. Here's here's what it was American said they were getting scammed out of online shit. The other thing they said they were getting skinned out of was these properties that they were buying when they got there. They were promised that they would be roads in no roads now. No concrete. No, nothing. Visit a place before you buy. Yeah. So you deserve any scam that happened, but go ahead. So no electricity running water out to these places, and they were promised it. And then trying to go through the government or whatever to try to get this done. They were like fuck. We're not getting any like, none of this is getting done. We can't build a house here we own this land. And if we brought a pop-up tent to live on the beach, we're fine. But other than that, we can't get it done. Yeah. Yeah. Buying by. Where did you stick? I stayed in a hostel. Okay. Which was nice. But again, right on the beach. We went to this awesome outdoor hut. Like bar took our beer's out to the deck of the what's the long thing. Do I need to Google it duck duck. There you go. I don't worry about it. There's right off of beliefs. That are amazing. So if you go there and you're willing to rough it a little bit. It's awesome. It's not going to be a. You know at Lantis type situation Bahamas Bahamas. Okay. But you will have the same weather the same views. It's amazing. But you do need to have your wits about you. And your head on a swivel. Sure. But I loved it because I love that kinda shit. I think you would hate it. You'd be like what I don't. Here's the thing. I don't I don't mind that it depends. It depends on where you are in life though. And that's my thing where I couldn't with kids and all that other akin to that shit anymore with kids. I would never take my kids down there. Sure. But if we were to be able to go somewhere by ourselves h really kind of a lot of fun. Okay. But again, you have to not be an idiot. You have to know what you're getting into right? You have to be ready for it. And you can have. To be for sitting next to on the bus. And again, I love that show. So if you tell me that where I'm like, all right great. I have very few days off and in this set. Yeah. Very few days off in this life. That is not I do not want to spend the whatever was the longest vacation we've been on maybe four days or something. Maybe and that's pushing it right? If I have four days off, and we're going on vacation somewhere. I do not want to be on a bus sitting next to chicken. I can promise you that. Look I did that like from. I think from the border. Twenty five. Oh, no. I would not do it that way now. But I would know how to navigate certain situations for sure, but we don't need to take. You don't need to take chicken bus. Did it because I wanted to at that time. You know what I'm saying? Sure. Sure. Buber their ruined I didn't know. It's okay. I didn't know where the fuck it is on a map. Geographically is it in south Central America or south America, South America. Okay. Did you ever see that Gringo documentary about that? Beliefs. Oh, really? Okay. All right. Live in the fucking highlife. Wasn't. He he was. But my gosh there the litter there was no government when he started. When things started to go south for him. There was no one to protect him. There was no real police. It's all very underground. So again, like there isn't anyone really there to enforce any laws or regulate anything..

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"south central america" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

04:25 min | 3 years ago

"south central america" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"This is something that I'm looking at the product. I'm looking at using myself. So I've been talking with them about it, and you guys should go. Check them out and give them a call. If this is a problem that you deal with or if you're just not getting enough positive reviews, and you know, that people are happy with your product so go check that out as well. Okay. Where do we start starting with the border the border problem? So there is apparently a group of the numbers vary from what I read between four thousand seven thousand people who are migrating up through Mexico right now towards the US border who I guess are attempting to come across in mass and the Mexican government is just allowing them to move through. Because they don't want him. They're coming up from Honduras. I believe and. Into through Mexico on their way to the United States. And as it as it moves. It just continues to grow more and more people just keep joining this thing as it moves towards the border, and I found it really interesting. I studied a little bit on how this how this migration started. And it really it started with a political political opposition in wanna say Honduras. I think that's where it was forgive me. If that's wrong, we're gonna use that because I think I'm right up from Honduras, and a political opponents up there who basically helped through social media to bring some people together who wanted to go north, and after he put a group together people found out that the group was putting together more and more people started to join, and there's a lot of there's been a lot of the suggestion that oh, this is they're trying to gin up gin up the fallacy that Honduras isn't Honduras broken and the people don't wanna live here. And that's not true. This is this is nothing but a political ploy. Oh, it's being funded and people are being paid to migrate out to create this sort of like mass movement out of out of the country from what I can tell there may be some of that. But that's not how this thing got started. And that's not why it grew it grew because of because of the so because because of social pressures, so there are a lot of reasons that we make decisions, and there are a lot of people in Honduras in Nicaragua in, you know, in Brazil in places in south Central America, even in Mexico who really wanna come north. But they don't know anybody who's going north sneaking across the border seem scary. The, you know, not doing it with anybody doing it alone is really is really an emotionally and financially monumental task. But can you imagine if four five of your neighbors all got? Together and said look we've had enough. We're leaving do you wanna come as? Well, we were better as a group were better as a team, we know each other will protect each other. All of a sudden, what seemed like an impossibility something that you would never have been willing to do on your own now. And now, it becomes more plausible. Now seems like oh, maybe this is something we can do. But they're still in the surrounding community. It's not it's not socially as not a social norm for people to migrate out of the country. But as this group started to build, and it became more and more socially acceptable for you to jump on the bandwagon, and his thousands of people began to do it all of a sudden this the psychology of of the psychology of the people began to shift, and all of a sudden, it became something that was not out of the ordinary something that was accepted in society, and in this culture before them to mount together as a group and to move up through Mexico towards the border. It's just fascinating to see how changes, and what it proves is that there are a whole lot of people who are extremely unhappy about about the way things are going in the south violence, drugs gangs, above all this stuff and who desperately wanna get out, but who needed the security of society of of the social norms. To feel comfortable making that move. So now, this group of people is moving north and the government of.

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"south central america" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"south central america" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"I'm slightly i'm only the way i loved arlington nagging we want a lot of games i love him so i don't know things come be trick i i'll be i'm slave disappointed darlington negbi didn't just stunned up whereas my game is to birth whereas molest roy now because it felt like we were moving to a new level new imported young potent play of the future telling the deep south central america the rossi want me bro pretty much everybody on the lente ball the powerball bradley us do bradley out right income's tom paradees armenteros we got we got playing scott are you are you doing this dc can have wayne rooney at very it feels like we're back titi not come from and then we're back to the aging famous depaix where is the growing because it kind of feels like to leaks copa tween light the site they greet goltz whether like hoffman hof roach then you england rabs and the new i'm not gonna name names new england reps and then you atlanta laf see pooled where where between it's a good question because for all the question all the great stories we have and believe me i was i was a skeptic on atlanta and you look at the way it's caught on there and i'm sure nashville cincinnati will be fabulous in their own right at the end of the day we need some of the last one point oh teams in their big markets to transform and it's possible it happened dc united dc united revolution yeah boston is a soccer hotbed they need a soccer specific stadium in downtown boston and and i think that will happen and i think the crafts series i do think that'll happen i'm not even sure that stadium is in massachusetts so it may not be clear to chicago okay then the chicago k file and.

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"south central america" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"south central america" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"In north america hate to say at end south central america right right exactly although you are kind of getting judy care over there if you include the coffee animus it is a form of care one other question about the treatments a neural therapy what's neural therapy well dr petra beachell who is the mother the daughter is an internist and it will be her heir parent they live they live on site and she that is a lot of her genius is neuro therapy she's using needles i can't think it's about a twenty five to thirty year old science at again pioneered in europe highly unusual in the us even in functional medicine but i have taken to different people there who have lifelong that or nerve pain and she takes him in does whatever she does with her needles and they were jaw was on the floor in their pain free these two different gentlemen for the first time in years or decades and it's not it's not that narrow therapy's going to miraculously solve everything but it it involves the energy meridians of the body and she like i said she she she isn't looking at disease the same win i'll pathak doctor is even though she is a medical doctor she has all that training she's also genius at live blood microscopy and you're going to see one drop of blood under a high powered microscope that tells you i'm sure you've had this done it is blowing what she can tell you about the state of your overall systemic health disease risks from one drop of your blood it's pretty fascinating as a matter of fact i had that done recently and there were little clusters of candy in my bloodstream there were what we're called ghost cells indications that i might and this is related to the liver and the gallbladder have so amount of fat mel absorption that is limiting my ability to create so membranes properly i also had if you look very closely at some of the cell walls.

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"south central america" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann

At The Movies with Arch and Ann

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"south central america" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann

"That's true vis from liz sanders in kokomo indiana komo iin in kokomo within the i love it is that what the beach boys are saying about going to indiana i dunno anyway she praise for the show and we love that thank you so much as a loyal extra we appreciate that liz she says i want to let auction and know that i am in total agreement about the crown i love it had been watch these two and it was great clear foyer is fantastic i'm totally agreement with you both about the actress who plays princess margaret shah wonderful finally i was waffling back and forth about prince philip in the final episode of season to made me love him as matt as we got our avid nope i'm stein i am meeting very gradually skele await so i gotta get up i gotta get linda oh you're gonna that's gonna i'm gonna be watching a lot of things in my weaker next week i can't wait after that well you know next week we're going to have our best movies of the year yet us cable of the year our best of the year spectacular next week and i imagine we might get into some of these ted happened yes yes yes yes uh in this final one from greg harsh men he wanted thank me for recommending the movie a sourcerer was royce scheider were there have the drive nitroglycerin through like the john keells in south central america and he said he from back and watch it actually to turns out it was the third remake of it it was in a frenchitalian film and in 1958 american remake name violent road storm bryant keith but the source her was the best one out of them and he recommends to me a movie that i have not seen it's called without a clue with michael caine a sherlock holmes and ben kingsley as ducked the bottle and we are you familiar with that i'm may be clint he says it's just just wonderful i have got.

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"south central america" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"south central america" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Seles at rackets travel even more settled travel i need to go other place let's start with central america south central america that was just phenomenal they have great verbs there um they have all kinds of interesting a wild things in the in the force that the we don't even have here brunei jungle medicine plant edison those dotted all nessim plant medicine very weirdlooking shame man's who come looking in all of this enough with pain over their face and right out of the jungle and say take this and this will solve this problem and of course even tried all those things which i know people are trying them now and and and they're talking about like i'll wasco and things like that that there's sailed a stronger than i are wasco like what tell tell me of any tried as i i'd there's leaves down there they used to like burden and then they would condensed down this tiny residue ahha and then you take the residue and than they were in this would be of an initiation process started ten at night and then finish it three and started that you're a real process sorts of two or three in the morning and then they scraped the residue you eat it from the nephew at that and of course it would be like your experience experiences i'm sure people taking psychedelic says that but it's it wasn't just cycle he was like all of a sudden you were transposed to another location that you didn't even know slapping and it was completely unsafe as completely out of the medical but herrod it on i did it because as the looking at i i just said not if anybody is going to do this i could homes arteries i'm going to do it so you unders research has of your is trying for your guinea pig in a lot of these things i was making sure that because no one's going to do this no one's going to risk themselves to actually find out what this is during those days mark of the days i was the wrong in those rubber all the doctors were white coats or it all the time member of the black classes have right award event like this of the shortcuts at that was it smoke cigarettes everybody's looks arats right.

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"south central america" Discussed on Addicted2Success

Addicted2Success

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"south central america" Discussed on Addicted2Success

"Because they actually a look at your he ends their female people retreating you like you're female you look down you see breasts the whole thing and pretty soon you can't you your convinced you're not amenity more your woman that's how powerful so we can actually get see my being deal is experiences teach better than concepts experiences teach better than you and me talking like this and so we're now going to be able to give people virtual experiences the wheel up until now only been able to give them in a seminar room in a virtual reality chamber in alaska peter we go in your century deprivation chamber you know where your and body temperature water and all these lights are having you'll be able to do that now with just a headset and the big thing it's happening it's all going to be available through your iphone is an app and so it's gonna get really really scaled i other big belief that we're going to turn into computers and robots are self with well you know it's really funny there's a i was down in the rain forest couple years ago and i'm part of something called the patch a mom alliance paci mommy zero sky an all time courting the indigenous cultures of south central america and we were down there and they were saying to us there was a um a prophecy that said when the eagle in the condor fly together in the air to eagle as the symbol of america the condors a symbol of the south that would be condor fly together meeting when indigenous wisdom matches technology the people the the north will have machines that thing for them this was two thousand years ago they said i mean for them.

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