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Bridge Collapse, Online Gambling Surge, Ozempic Analysis, and Summer Party Picks

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Baltimore reporter Clara Longo de Freitas on the bridge collapse, gaming scholar Prof. Brett Abarbanel explains the surge of online gambling, Dr. Rocio Salas weighs Ozempic’s pros and cons, and DJ Que Madre gives us her summer party song recommendations.
Show transcript
00:08
Hey guys, welcome back to Lincoln Bio.
00:11
I'm Jenny and we've got a loaded show for you guys today
00:17
So shocking crime news from Ecuador and Brazil Apple gets in
00:23
a rumble with DOJ.
00:25
00, that's what happened when you mess with Apple,
00:31
how Ozempic works and if you should use it and should I
00:36
be allowed to bet so easily on March madness,
00:39
you see, you see my funds definitely shouldn't.
00:43
And the Baltimore bridge collapsed with journalists from the Baltimore banners at
00:47
the scene and we should jump right into that story because you
00:51
know, it's pretty,
00:52
pretty serious. The Francis Key Scott bridge in Baltimore collapsed Tuesday
00:57
after a container ship hit a support column causing vehicles and people
01:01
to fall into the Pottasch River.
01:03
The ship lost power and then literally ran into the bridge because
01:08
it lost power. And thank God,
01:09
the captain was able to send a,
01:11
a distress call out to emergency services and they were able to
01:15
close the bridge down in four minutes and not let anybody else
01:18
get hurt. And this all happened at one in the morning
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Guys, six construction workers who were on the bridge are
01:25
currently missing while two others have been rescued.
01:29
A fellow worker said the missing men are immigrants from El Salvador
01:33
Guatemala, Honduras and Mexico and are in their thirties and
01:37
forties and have families.
01:39
Authorities say one rescued worker refused treatment.
01:43
You know what that means while the other was in very serious
01:47
condition and hospitalized search and rescue operations are ongoing with the assistance
01:52
of the Coast Guard here to talk to us about what happened
01:56
is journalist Clara Longo de Freitas from the Baltimore banner.
02:00
Hi, Clara. Hi,
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thank you for having me.
02:03
Thank you for coming on and clarifying what's going on right now
02:07
Over there in Baltimore.
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So what happens now since the bridge has collapsed?
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So right now, the the state has started recovery efforts
02:18
They just don't think that any of the people who
02:20
are at the bridge survived.
02:22
They're in the process of looking for bodies and they reached
02:25
out to families yesterday.
02:27
I know that some community organizers and some people in the
02:30
city are trying to find out,
02:32
you know, what are the family needs and just do everything
02:35
that they can to provide resources and help them out at this
02:39
time. So, reports show that the missing men are Latino
02:43
construction workers. Do you have any updates?
02:46
And do you have any information on the two workers that were
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rescued? We don't right now.
02:52
We know a little bit about,
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you know, the fact that they all seem to have spouses
02:56
and Children. They're in their late thirties or some of them
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are in their forties.
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they live in D Dock and Hyman Town,
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which are neighborhoods in Baltimore that are predominantly Latino.
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but we don't know much else other than that,
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we know that the families have been contacted,
03:15
they know what's been going on,
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but they're just not,
03:19
at a place right now that,
03:20
like they can talk about the workers and their family members,
03:24
there was a worker that was rescued and didn't want medical
03:28
attention. Is there any information on him?
03:31
Not at this time,
03:32
I think we're all kind of trying to figure out the reason
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he didn't want medical attention.
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I think the first thought that we have is,
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you know, whether he might have been undocumented and might be
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scared of looking for all.
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but we don't have a lot of information right now.
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I think this is a community that is very vulnerable in the
03:52
city and they do have the support of community organizers.
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But I think that because of a lot of misinformation,
04:02
they, they don't feel like they can actually reach out and
04:04
ask for help and,
04:05
and how many jobs will be affected now that the port is
04:08
closed. That's a good question.
04:10
I'm not sure right now,
04:12
I think there's a lot of stuff that that's still up in
04:15
the air. the,
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the port is closed indefinitely but shipping will probably still happen.
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I think a lot of us are still trying to figure out
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what routes boats are gonna take.
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Now,, I know that,
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for example,
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if like truck drivers and shuttle drivers,
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they will probably just have to take a longer route.
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So operations are gonna be slowed down.
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So it's not gonna completely shut down altogether,
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but it will impact the economy in some way and we're still
04:43
purporting and trying to find out the exact information in terms of
04:47
numbers and how many jobs we're actually gonna lose with this.
04:51
Gotcha. Is there any way we can support the victims and
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their families right now?
04:55
Yeah, there are a couple of community organizations in Baltimore that
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are raising funds. One of them is,
05:00
is Latino racial justice.
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They have a gofundme.
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I know that some other organizations like Casa are figuring out
05:09
housing and any other assistance ma which is the Mayor's Office of
05:13
Immigrant Affairs are context as well trying to figure out what the
05:17
family needs and Clara,
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where can people find you and stay updated?
05:21
Well, we are covering this right now.
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The Baltimore Manor is doing great about trying to cover as many
05:27
angles as possible. But I just,
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you know, encourage everyone to check out other local media.
05:33
The Baltimore so is doing a great job.
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I'm sure the Baltimore beat is covering next week as Well,
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once they have an issue of local TV stations just,
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you know, definitely support local news right now because we know
05:45
the community and we're always investing in the community.
05:48
So make sure to just bring the news.
05:51
Well, thank you so much Clara.
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We really appreciate you coming on and taking the time to speak
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with us on what's going on and giving us all those resources
05:59
on how to help the victims.
06:02
And yeah, thank you.
06:04
Yeah, of course.
06:04
Thank you so much guys.
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I really appreciate you guys for reaching out.
06:07
Bye bye. The Department of Justice has filed an antitrust lawsuit
06:17
against Apple. They say Apple has used the iphone to build
06:21
a monopoly, increasing costs for users and boxing out competitors.
06:27
Basically, they make it difficult for iphone users to switch to
06:31
another kind of phone.
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And according to the DOJ,
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Apple is sneaky as hell about it.
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Nothing new. The doj claims that Apple uses the green versus
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blue text messages to discourage users from using other phone brands.
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They say the effect is particularly powerful on teenagers.
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It is even you have green text.
06:56
I'm not gonna answer it just ruins the whole like the whole
06:59
Yeah, I can't even put you in a group chat
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They also say Apple block super apps apps that offer
07:05
a wide range of services like China's wechat to keep their monopoly
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The DOJ also mentions how Apple watches only work with iphones
07:13
keeping people in the Apple universe.
07:16
Oh, well, I like to match.
07:18
Yeah, this is true.
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And we have a small sketch to break it down for you
07:23
I'm a bouncer.
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You good, bro.
07:29
Right in, bro.
07:33
No, you can,
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you can stand on this line right here,
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bro. You good.
07:39
What about me? Are you kidding me?
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You look good on that line.
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No, man, you gotta,
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you gotta go on that line.
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You gotta go online.
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You freaking kidding me?
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So guys, you guys together.
07:47
Nice. So both of you could go on that line.
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Don't worry about it.
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Jump over. You did what you do?
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Good of you. Thank you.
08:00
Is this your home girl?
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Yeah, this is my girl right here.
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She's with me. I got you.
08:06
Ok? Shut up.
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Hey, what's up?
08:11
Hey, what's going on,
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doj shit? What is this?
08:15
We're talking, we're talking,
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you know my bro,
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like you know I'm gonna sue you,
08:19
right? Brazilian police arrested three individuals including a federal lawmaker and
08:27
a former police chief for their alleged involvement in the 2018 murder
08:31
of Rio de Janeiro council member,
08:33
Marielle Franco and her driver,
08:35
a congressman, his brother and a former real police chief were
08:39
detained by federal police.
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The woman who was murdered,
08:43
Maria Franco was actually investigating police brutality and violence so they probably
08:48
wanted to cover it up.
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Yeah, she was catching them like so investigations revealed that the
08:55
Braza brothers ordered the hit while Barbosa who assumed the role of
08:59
police chief at the time just before the murder,
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aided in planning and subsequently obstructed investigation efforts.
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Can you imagine that you,
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you're doing your job and you're fighting police brutality and violence and
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you lose your life because of it.
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You know, I mean,
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after all those years,
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at least the family and the community can have closure now and
09:21
and knowing, I mean,
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justice was served in her name 27 year old Bridget Garcia Ecuador's
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youngest mayor and her communications director Heo Lure were found shot dead
09:33
in a car on Sunday.
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The shots were fired by someone inside the vehicle.
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Garcia was a teacher who was elected mayor of San Vicente.
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Last year. President Daniel Noa declared a state of emergency in
09:45
January due to the increased violence extending it this month.
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The government has condemned the killings of Garcia and lo and vowed
09:54
to work with law enforcement investigation.
09:56
No arrests have been made yet.
09:59
If you want to know why this is happening and what's going
10:01
on in Ecuador, you can watch this video here.
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Yo, serious. I'm serious right now,
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Jenny. You know,
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when I realized that I was addicted to online gambling,
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when, when I was up on a Tuesday morning because it
10:19
was 4 a.m. gambling on a Russian basketball team.
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Russians have basketball teams.
10:24
They have a whole league over there and your boy was trying
10:27
to flip $5 to 5000 my God.
10:30
Since the Supreme Court,
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let States legalize sports betting in 2018.
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Studies show gambling addiction is on the rise in young people.
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Wait, like, how old do you have to be,
10:39
to be able to bet online?
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Some states is 18 and others are 21 but a lot have
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shifted over to 21.
10:47
Mm. I wonder why the majority of online bets are young
10:51
men and half of them feel like they bet more than they
10:53
should. Yes. Is that you?
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Yes. What's the most you've ever won?
10:58
I won $1500 on a $5 bet.
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Pedro ask me how much I've lost.
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Well, in New Jersey help hotlines have tripled.
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Like the hotlines, family.
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I need help. I need help and,
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and the main age range is like 25 to 34.
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But I have a theory.
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I'm like the real people calling it is like those dudes that
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are gambling like their spouses and partners.
11:23
So they, or,
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or they're making them call making.
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I mean, experts say gambling is increasing in young people due
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to developing brains. So my brain is still Avita developing.
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I gotta take care of it.
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I got one more year.
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What it says 34 still growing.
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So like studies show too that it may be happening more in
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the black and Latino communities like they're the ones that are like
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mostly like over betting.
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Yeah, I clearly I'm an over bet.
11:55
Well, hopefully, hopefully you get better at betting.
11:59
Well, I I can't online gamble out here.
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So, so here to speak about the current state of online
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gambling is Professor Brett Abarbanel,
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executive director of the UN LB International Gaming Institute.
12:12
Hi, Professor, welcome.
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Hello. Thank you for having me.
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Thank you for coming on.
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We appreciate it. So it feels like there's new ways to
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bet on games every day is sports booking just going to keep
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growing or what you're right.
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It does feel like that doesn't it?
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They're always coming on.
12:30
There's all these new areas that are showing up in our everyday
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lives and something really important to,
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to realize is this concept that betting and sports have actually been
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tied together way before this current growth in the United States.
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This goes back hundreds and thousands of years.
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We have tons of examples from history.
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There's North American tribes,
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for example, that would bet on lacrosse matches that they'd have
12:55
between the tribes. They would pile up all of their like
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beautiful ostentatiously, gorgeous valuables on the side of the pitch and
13:03
then they tie them all together with rope.
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And then this would,
13:06
this would sit and loom over the players while they played the
13:09
match. On the flip side,
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we also have historical instances where betting actually has helped lead to
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rules and creation of parts of the game.
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So for example, some of the earliest rules in cricket and
13:23
in golf were actually written to resolve betting disputes,
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you know, 100 plus years ago.
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And today, all of this history is compounded by something that's
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tracked across pretty much every single one of the episodes that happened
13:38
on this channel, which is technology,
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the ways that we can be tracked and offered all sorts of
13:44
different personalized things, right?
13:45
Like personalized bets come up all the time.
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This also exists in betting.
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Sports. Betting really feels like it's growing because it's growing so
13:55
much more in our public awareness and it's evolving with this new
13:59
technology. The activity itself has been around a really long time
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but it's never really been so pervasive in our lives,
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especially in America as it is now.
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And that really makes it feel like this growth is just astronomical
14:13
Professor can professional sports survive the temptation?
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I don't know if you were aware last week show he got
14:19
caught up.,
14:20
yesterday there was an NBA player,
14:23
like, are we gonna be seeing this trend with players getting
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tied into, you know,
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rumors of online betting or is it,
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is it, is there gonna be a divorce?
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Eventually? I would say that the answer to,
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to your first question,
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right? Can sports survive these temptations?
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The answer is yes,
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professional sports will survive.
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And my answer is driven by history.
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There's been legal sports betting all over the world for a very
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long time and there have been scandals all over the world for
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a very long time.
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Tim Donaghy,
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the basketball referee, Pete Rose in baseball betting,
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the Black Sox scandal in 1919.
14:59
Right. If we go back over 100 years now,
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eight members of the Chicago White Sox were accused of purposefully losing
15:07
the World Series and this was tied to the mob,
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this was tied to gambling scandal.
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So corruption throughout sport can become self reinforcing.
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It can just keep going and going and going if nothing is
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done about it. And that means we really need to have
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good governance that comes from so many different parts of sports that
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comes from the sports organizations.
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It comes from the players,
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it comes from the gambling entities,
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it comes from the general public,
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it comes from people like us holding these different groups accountable when
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we start, see these sorts of things occur.
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And then also at the same time protecting those that are getting
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harmed by it, right?
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Like you were talking about,
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right? So he is getting caught,
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caught up in all this.
15:48
We also have somebody who from what we can tell has a
15:51
gambling problem and needs help on that front as well.
15:54
Thank you so much professor and just a quick question.
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Who's your pick to win?
15:59
March madness? That's not fair because you and Elfie really fell
16:06
on this front, but appreciate you coming on and breaking down
16:11
the, the the online betting laws and,
16:13
and the current state of online gambling.
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Thank you. I learned a lot professor.
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So did I, so did I thanks so much for having
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me take care. Thank you too.
16:27
Ok. So everyone is talking about the new diet drug Ozempic
16:32
which is actually meant,
16:33
it's meant for diabetics technically.
16:35
But people are using it for weight loss.
16:37
and,,
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the people that have used it have said that it's been very
16:41
effective and it's helped.
16:43
Have you heard of it?
16:45
Oh, yeah, I've heard of it everywhere.
16:47
I feel like for the last year,
16:49
one of my thea ok.
16:50
I won't expose them exactly who,
16:53
but the doctor told the nurse the wrong dose and she ended
16:58
up overdosing on OIC,
17:01
do that apparently. Yeah,
17:03
we've never heard of on the news but it happened to my
17:06
t thank God she's ok now.
17:08
But the dose that they gave her was over 100 times the
17:12
dose it was supposed to be.
17:14
So, yeah, she ended up in urgent care real fast
17:17
and she's all good now.
17:19
But that was her first experience with it and she was she
17:22
using it for like diabetes or weight loss.
17:25
No, she was doing what she was trying to get snatched
17:29
Yes, I get you.
17:31
And then so I mean,
17:32
there's a lot of thoughts on the drug and thankfully we have
17:36
a doctor here with us who's very,
17:37
very, very familiar with Ozempic.
17:40
We have Doctor Rocio Salas Whelan to help us understand Ozempic.
17:46
Hi. Doctor Hi doctor.
17:48
Thank you for having me.
17:49
Thanks for being. Yes,
17:50
thank you for coming on.
17:51
So, can you explain how Ozempic works for weight loss?
17:56
So, Ozempic, the drug is sema tide and they're synthetic
18:02
hormones that we also make in our gut.
18:04
They're called G LP one.
18:06
And the way that they work for type two diabetes,
18:09
they increase insulin production in the pancreas and makes the insulin that
18:13
the patient makes to work better.
18:16
But for weight loss,
18:17
what it does it increases your satiety hormones when you start eating
18:21
and you're using this medication.
18:22
So basically you get fuller with half a portion or a third
18:26
of a portion of what you normally would need to get full
18:30
And then in between your meals,
18:32
it suppresses your hunger hormones.
18:34
Really. You feel hungry at one point,
18:36
but you eat a small portion and you're physically satisfied and content
18:40
until your next meal.
18:42
And then in the brain,
18:43
we have receptors for these hormones and they take away the reward
18:48
of food or certain beverages or including alcohol,
18:52
right? So let's say somebody who goes for sweets or carbs
18:57
for some sort of relief or anxiety,
19:00
boredom, depression, it just takes it away.
19:04
So there's no drive for that anymore.
19:07
You eat when you're hungry,
19:08
you enjoy it when you're eating,
19:10
but then you get fuller faster and then the food is out
19:13
of your mind. Wow.
19:15
Wow. I never thought about the logistics behind it,
19:20
but that makes sense why you would lose weight.
19:23
You're eating a lot less than what you usually would be eating
19:27
Definitely. So,
19:28
what are the risks or side effects that could occur?
19:32
Always say the benefits or the effectiveness and the safety is going
19:37
to depend on who is giving you the medication.
19:41
How much expertise that physician has on using these drugs?
19:46
Because when they're used by the right person or the right doctor
19:50
they're very minimal side effects.
19:53
Right? Sometimes there's a little bit of nausea and that's just
19:56
what, while patients get used to the fullness feeling that they
20:00
weren't used to anymore,
20:02
but really side effects that will make the medication be stopped or
20:06
like your aunt that need to be taken to the hospital or
20:09
go to urgent care can be prevented if who's giving you the
20:15
medication has expertise on these drugs.
20:18
And, and how long does it take to see weight loss
20:21
result on Ozempic? Really?
20:24
In the first few weeks,
20:25
we can see significant weight loss.
20:28
Now, we're not whenever we're doing weight loss treatment and this
20:31
could be with medications with our medications.
20:33
We're never looking for a quick,
20:35
rapid weight loss, right?
20:37
Weight loss should be more of a marathon and not a sprint
20:42
And the ideal weight loss is anywhere from 1 to £2
20:45
per week again with medication or without medication because more than that
20:51
the person is losing muscle mass and we don't want that.
20:55
We don't want the person to lose muscle mass because the muscle
20:59
loss is what slows down the metabolism when somebody loses weight.
21:05
That definitely makes sense.
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So recently, I feel like it's been super popular and on
21:10
the news maybe because of celebrities or whatnot.
21:13
But is the drug new or has it been around for a
21:17
while? It is not new and OSMIC became the poster child
21:21
of this class of drugs.
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But we have the first FDA approved in its class was in
21:26
2005 by the name of Valera.
21:29
Then it came as Picosa in 2010 and then Osmic in 2017
21:35
And then most recently,
21:36
we have Monro and Zon which is Tide and I like to
21:40
explain them as iphones,
21:42
right? We have the iphone 13 that is Zenden VSA.
21:46
We have the iphone 14 which is OS and now we have
21:49
the iphone 15 which is Monro and Sepa,
21:52
right? So every generation of them will come safer and we
21:56
see more weight loss on the newer drugs and different drugs.
22:02
So they they're the same drug.
22:06
But you see like example Ox Osmic is Sema Osmic has the
22:11
FDA approval for type two diabetes.
22:14
But Sema Tide also named as WO is FDA approved for weight
22:20
loss without diabetes. So they're not exclusively type two diabetes drugs
22:25
Now they are FDA approved for weight loss.
22:27
They just changed the name but it's the same drug,
22:30
same dosing, same pen same effects,
22:33
but they still call it Ozempic porque.
22:36
It's the craze. Got it,
22:39
got it. So,
22:40
for the newest form of Ozempic,
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is that the same form of injection?
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It's a once a week injection and it's tide as the drug
22:51
And that medication definitely,
22:53
we're seeing significant more weight loss and less gastric side effects.
22:57
So, almost no nausea compared to older drugs also.
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Who do you think should be taking these drugs for weight loss
23:05
is patients that have a BM I of seven or above and
23:10
one comorbidity from their weight.
23:12
So high blood pressure,
23:13
sleep apnea, joint pain or patients that have a BM I
23:18
equal or greater than 30 we're moving away from the BM I
23:22
slowly but unfortunately, insurance still will make their decision according to
23:28
BM I. So insurance covers these,
23:32
these weight loss drugs.
23:34
Most commercial insurances, Medicare is starting to cover with ob and
23:39
osmic for type two diabetes right now.
23:41
So slowly more insurance are starting to implement them in their plans
23:45
Well, how much is it without insurance?
23:47
It's around $1100 for a month supply or if the person has
23:53
commercial insurance and it's not approved by the insurance,
23:56
there's coupons that the pharmaceuticals have and it comes to about 500
24:01
per month. So half of what out of pocket costs I
24:05
learned a lot. I did too and you explained it so
24:08
well. I love it.
24:09
I love how you explain everything.
24:11
Thank you. Thank you so much,
24:13
doctor. We appreciate having you on the show and really giving
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us a breakdown of how Ozempic works and where can we follow
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you? Where can people find you?
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Well, on Instagram is at Dr Sala Whelan,
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Drsalas Whelan or also on tiktok.
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It's New York Endocrinology or my web page is ny endocrinology.com.
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Thank you so so much for informing us and having this conversation
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with us today. Doctor.
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Thank you. You're very welcome.
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Summer is right around the corner and I'm actually trying to be
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social this summer and here to help plug me into the party
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scene is DJ Que Madre from Corridos to hip hop.
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She does it all.
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How you doing? I'm doing good.
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How are you? I'm good.
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So I've seen the,
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the, the bota chugging videos.
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Can you, can you explain to me like where,
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how that came about?
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Where's that at? Where can I go do this at?
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Where, where can I check a boa,
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a beard of a bota?
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So, yeah,
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I do this party.
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It's called every first Fridays.
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It's gonna be every first Friday of the month.
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I do it at La Paz de Cultura.
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I art in downtown L A.
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It's with, I love Michelada and we have DJ
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S we have food trucks.
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We have a Tambora.
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So that plays every month it started because yeah,
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we played this song Banda Mexicano.
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It's called La Bota and basically it says to take off your
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boot, put it in the air.
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So all of a sudden I started taking off my boot and
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throwing up in the air and everybody started doing it.
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Yeah. And then all of a sudden I think someone just
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grabbed their boot, put their beer in their boot and started
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chugging it. And so now it's the thing,
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definitely need to go experience this.
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And you said it's the first Friday of every month,
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first Friday of every month in downtown L A.
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So that means I get paid,
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I'm gonna be, you're gonna be paid money to chug these
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beers. So there you go.
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Is there a preferred beer for the bota when I go?
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Like is there a certain beer you think I should put in
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there? I mean,
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I'm a fan of just,
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you know, chugging Michelada.
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So, I mean,
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a good lager and a Cold Michelada mix and there you
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go. And as far as getting the crowd pop and what's
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that one song that you play that just gets everybody like active
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Oh my God.
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I mean, it's any,
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any Tambora. So,
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I mean, once the Tambora plays,
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but it's any Corrido,
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any banda song,
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anything from Man Mexicano,
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I think just like really pops off.
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I always do La Chona,
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obviously, we do Cel Dorado.
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And you just see like a sea of people just like
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dancing Caval Dorado. So,
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it's really awesome. What do you think of DJ S that
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have premixed sets? Premixed sets?
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Oh, man.,
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you know, I think everybody DJ is a little bit different
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sometimes I'm the type of person to just be
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like, know what the vibe is gonna be.
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I like to know what the vibe is gonna be.
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Yeah, you read the room,
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but I do know people who also,
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like, plan their sets,
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which is cool, you know,
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everybody's different. But it's just really,
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at least for me personally,
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it's like you have to see what the vibe is coming
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in and when people are dancing and then that's how I
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kinda curate my music.
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What's a dream gig for you?
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Like as a DJ?
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Is there like somewhere you wanna be at that open for somebody
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Oh man. Dodger Stadium opening day is coming up
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So that would be awesome even though I've done it
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before, but maybe like in the mix would be really
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awesome. Got you.
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And is there anything you wanna tell us that you have going
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on outside of first Fridays?
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Where yeah, I mean,
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I have a lot of events going on all the time.
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On my Instagram,
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I usually put like a calendar of monthly events that I'm
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gonna be at so folks can catch me where I'm gonna be
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playing literally like every week of the month.
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So, so I know you've been a DJ for a while
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What's like the worst party experience you've had?
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Oh, man, I mean,
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there's not that there's so many but there's,
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there's a few,
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I think one time,
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actually, one of the first times that we were doing,
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this first Friday's event,
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the Power,
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all the power for the speakers and the DJ booth
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was just too much.
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And so, like mid song,
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like the power would just kind of go out and so everybody
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would be dancing and then it would just be like,
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what's going on? All the lights would turn off.
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So yeah, I mean,
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that's happened. What else?
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I mean, you know,
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just sometimes the vibe,
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you know, people want people,
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people think they want a certain vibe and then all of a
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sudden they're like, you know,
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can you play something that's totally,
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completely different, you know.
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Oh, the request people I know don't do that.
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That is so disrespectful to put your phone in someone's face,
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you know. And if you're gonna do that,
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you know, just slip,
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slip them a big t there's 100 it's happened before.
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Bad bunny, please.
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Yeah, it's happened before and I'm like,
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you know what, I'll play Bad B for you,
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which I do love playing Bad Buddy.
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But yeah, and what's one of the most like memorable
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moments that you had?
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Oh man. There's,
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there's also so many,
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you know, I think that those times when,
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you know, you connect with people,
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when you connect whoever is booking you or like,
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you know, I've done private parties,
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I've done weddings. I've done like bar events,
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you know, I think what's really special is like sometimes when
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you can connect with someone and it hits like nostalgia in
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them, you know,
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they're like, damn,
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my mom used to play this,
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you know, or my grandma used to listen to this song
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or this song reminds me of this,
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you know, so,
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yeah, you know,
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so I think those are always just like really special moments to
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me and it just kind of like grounds me and being like
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damn like, you know,
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like it, it,
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it's really special when stuff like that happens.
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I think I'm gonna have a list summer if,
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if I follow you,
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you know, I think I'm definitely gonna follow you.
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Thank you. I'm gonna,
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I'm gonna lock in my cal with your part.
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Yeah, there you go.
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I think next Friday is the first Friday.
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Next Friday is gonna be first Friday.
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So, you know,
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everybody on the Mitu theme you guys get you guys get
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on the guest list,
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so just let me know,
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just shoot me the names.
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But yeah, it's,
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it's super awesome. So hope to see you there.
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Thank you so much for coming on.
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Thank you. Yeah,
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thank you. And where can we find you.
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Yeah, you can find me on my Instagram.
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It's qui Madre or on tiktok as well.
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And yeah, thank you.
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All right. So it's been a great episode.
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Once again, I'm Jenny.
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I'm J and thank you guys so much for watching this episode
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of Lincoln Bio. By the way,
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I know his mother fucking name.
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His name is Benito Antonio Martinez,
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oas, I'm keeping him out of my motherfucking mouth.
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You remember her? That was a girl from the bad bunny
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concert that we were asking people for his full name.
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How did she find us?
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I don't know but damn redemption.
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What, how is she doing here?
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They were mean in the comments about people that don't know the
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name. Well, she knows the name now.
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Chill the fuck out.
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Where did she go?
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Like chill out? She had,
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she found us who she found us,
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ok, guys, we gotta go because y'all are finding where
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we're working and, and I'm scared.