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Eugenio Derbez Hates Conchas, Sophia Vergara’s Divorce and Bad Bunny Easter Eggs

Jenny scolds Eugenio Derbez and Sergio Juárez Correa for making her cry while watching Radical, Grecia Lopez reads the Benito tea leaves, why the real-life Griselda’s heir is suing the series, its star’s divorce and what tipping culture is doing to us, from Long Beach, California to Mexicali, México. (Radical premieres on ViX Jan 26.)
Show transcript
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I forgot how it goes.
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But Bam. Damn,
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that's catchy. Hey,
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welcome back to Lincoln bio episode.
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I think we're on episode three,
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brother four. All right.
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Well, this is Jennifer Jenny and I'm Alejandro.
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So again, welcome back in.
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All right, by the way,
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there is a leak happening right behind Jenny.
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So if you guys hear like now,
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you know, so,
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but anyways, should we start off with the first
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topic? Yes, we shall.
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Let's do it. Ok.
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So first up we have Griselda Fun Facts.
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As you know, the new series Griselda is coming to Netflix
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on Thursday, January 25th and I'm excited to binge it.
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I mean, you know,
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Netflix, I feel I could do a good job with all
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the series and I'm down there just sit down and for eight
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hours and watch it.
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And so, and there's been a lot of controversy too with
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it. So I'm excited.
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Oh, ok. Well,
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I mean, I wanna learn more about the controversy.
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So actually, we wanted to bring out one of our writers
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to the set.
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Well, virtually. Hi,
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Camila, how are you?
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Hi. Thank you so much for joining us.
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Thank you. But wait,
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wait, where are you?
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I'm at Date Land Mall actually here in Miami.
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This is the site.
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I don't know if you've ever heard of the Date Land Mall
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massacre in 1979. It was a shootout super famous.
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that shows just how bad the cocaine cowboys and the drug
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wars were in Miami during that time two people died.
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And it was, it's a pretty famous tragedy here in Miami
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but that infamous tragedy is linked to Griselda as well.
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Yes. So Griselda,
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she actually really amassed her fortune and her cocaine empire here in
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Miami. Yeah,
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so one thing is that she actually went into the drug business
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by when she moved to New York in the late sixties with
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her second husband. So one fact that I think is pretty
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important to say early on about Gisela is that she allegedly killed
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all three of her husbands,
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which is the reason they call her the black widow.
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Oh, so she's a coen godmother,
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the black widow. What other nicknames does she have?
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Mari? That's wild.
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And I know you mentioned about a lawsuit with the series,
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is that because of the series,
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it's got announced or what's going on with that?
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The series right now is going to focus on all these facts
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that I've talked about,
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obviously her fortune. I'm sure about killing of her husbands being
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in Miami and amassing this fortune.
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But apparently these facts that Netflix is bringing into the show.
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Those are the facts that are under fire right now.
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So her only surviving son whose name is actually Michael Corleone Blanco
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is named after the Godfather character.
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He and the rest of Gris La Ran's estate are Suing Netflix
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and the show for unauthorized use of their likeness and their image
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I know you're not a lawyer or maybe you are,
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I don't know. is there something there like actually stick
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or is it? I mean,
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I thought if it's a historical thing,
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it's kinda depending on how they portray.
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It's OK. I don't know,
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Griselda Blanco as a public persona from what I know she's fair
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game for all this,
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for series, for books.
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But what her son is saying is that he wanted to make
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a show or a movie and he actually gave tons of
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facts about his mom to producers and he says that Netflix took
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those facts like they were sneaky with it and they didn't pay
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him for anything. So that is the main issue.
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A finesse the PB D Netflix go on Netflix.
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That's all I'm saying.
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No, I'm kidding.
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Netflix. We love you.
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Maybe they're just trying to stir the pot for the show
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you know, I mean,
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that gets people kind of curious,
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oh, like Sofia Vergara is gonna,
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she's getting sued because of this and it makes people wanna watch
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it, you know,
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so it could be like a marketing tactic.
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No say. And actually speaking of Sophia,
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I know,,
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she was also recently in the news for her current,
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well, her divorce as you know,
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which recently split from her man.
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Of how many plus years?
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Joe. Right.
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Mangano. Anyways, Joe.
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M, look at that Baba Soul thing.
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That's a Zaddy right there.
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Oh, you know,
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he's actually, he wants kids.
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Right. He's a little younger.
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He still wants kids.
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She's like I had my kids,
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they're adults, like,
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been there, done that.
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Like, she's ready to be Alita.
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She doesn't wanna be a mom anymore.
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It's because it's a lot.
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And if you imagine when you're older,
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like your body is different.
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So I get her but I feel like that's something that should
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have been talked about way before,
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you know, but of Carnose.
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I don't know how,
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how it happened. No.
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Yeah. Do you have any insight on that Camilla?
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I know you're reporting for us.
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I love all this.
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She honestly, it's interesting because they announced their divorce last summer
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but there were lots of rumors about it being over kids,
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like him wanting kids and she didn't.
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And I guess this kind of proves that sometimes rumors are true
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I guess because she actually just came out on a press
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run for Griselda and she said that it's actually true.
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She has a 32 year old son and that's it for her
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and her ex husband did want kids and she said that she
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just wants to be in AUA.
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She wants her son to bring her a child and for her
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to be with this child and then give it back to him
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and call it. I feel that,
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I mean but yeah,
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thank you so much Camila for the time for all the insight
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for the Chisme. I guess we'll stay tuned to Griselda
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when it airs on Netflix and see again,
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we have those fun facts that you mentioned pop up.
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But enjoy your time at the mall.
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you know, check out Spencer's while you're there and all
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that stuff. Get a pretzel our treat.
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Yeah, thank you.
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Bye bye. And speaking of movies,
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we actually got to see Radical this weekend.
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I was an emotional wreck.
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It was like so sad.
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It was such a good movie though,
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but I literally had just gotten my make up done and was
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ready to go after the movie.
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And no, it was all ruined.
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It's funny. It's a roller coaster.
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You laugh, you cry,
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you're angry, you're feeling hopeful.
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And, but anyways enough of a true story and it's not
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based on a true story.
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So you know, that hits different,
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but enough of us chatting about it,
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we actually have Eugenio Derbez and Seo Juarez,
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a teacher that the story is based on joining us.
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Now. Nuestra Primera Pregunta is Porque Chingo Noisier on Ch Ya
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Para on the Terri Yore.
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10 appren I Radical de que,
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que, que, que que Varte Yar Toon.
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No, Porto de Contar much.
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What's the difference between shooting from Mexico in Los Esta Unidos?
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When you shoot in Mexico,
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you have no money.
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The budgets are like like this 10% of what you can
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do in, in the US and in,
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when you shoot in the US,
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normally you have more resources,
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you have a bigger budgets.
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The studios are they,
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they pay more for a movie than in Mexico in Mexico.
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If you make a movie that costs more than $3 million it's
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it's too expensive in the US.
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If you made, make a movie with $5 million it's too
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cheap. So that's,
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that's the difference. Yano del Sear Quezon Cosa Eugenio.
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Que a grape tete Theo viendo la de Sergio oe pue es
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Mucho Mas queso, noso el el tra de Maestro.
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No, no, no.
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Y el Maestro de las co I lo Logro Sergio in Contra
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man. No,
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no a a telo.
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No, lo a lo a pen en de de fu queremos
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E to Los cono Siento.
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Que existen. Que lino los absorb en aquila claves.
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Que No, no,
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no. Se de de de de de de de de
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Otras. So in the movie,
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you have a scene at the beginning with the director where
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he goes to get Pan Dulce for the staff,
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right? All the teachers.
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So I wanted to know,
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what is,,
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your favorite? And your least favorite?
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The best and the worst.
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Pan Dulce. My favorite.
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Pan Dulce is Las Campanas camp.
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There's something like ODR made with ODR.
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And what's your least favorite?
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Favorite? Las Conchas?
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I know everyone have conchas.
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I know. I know.
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I know. I can't believe it.
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Oh, man. But for some reason I don't like cones
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that much. I love more Nitos or croissants than conchas.
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Maybe the con are too mainstream,
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too basic that you're like nice thing.
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Exactly. Exactly. Well,
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I'm not going to lie.
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I'm disappointed, but I really appreciate all your time and all
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your inside. It was such a pleasure to talk to
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you both and always see the film.
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Like you said, I was laughing,
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I was crying, I was laughing and crying again and I
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I can't wait to see more for more people's reactions to
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this. Obviously, like you said,
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it's a story that has to be told.
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It's not always pretty,
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but again, there's beautiful aspects of it and hardship.
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So again, thank you so much for for making us
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cry. You guys really inspired me and,
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and Tambien like Quere Sergio,
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Tambien. Wow. To lo queso de Verdad.
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Los los gracias, gracias gracias.
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Thank you. Thank you.
11:46
Thank you. Hey guys.
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So make sure to watch Radical this Friday,
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January 26th. It's streaming on Vics.
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Highly recommend grab your tissues.
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I, so there's been a lot of talk of bad bunny
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lately. Have you heard the gossip,
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brother? Yeah, there's been a lot of talk about our
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very own Benito and who better than to give us the cheese
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on everything than Latin music host,
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Grecia Lopez. Hi,
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Grecia OJ Alejo. Listen,
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bad bunny is always making headlines.
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We're going to get into it right now.
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Benito. Antonio Martinez.
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Ocasio has a surprise up his sleeve as always.
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Porque Los Que 77.
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Bad bunny is notorious for always,
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you know, keeping everything a secret and then boom de la
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Nada Treo. So let's let's go back a little bit.
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Ok. October of last year,
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he dropped his most recent album,
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Nasar Manana the first week of October following that announcement,
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just six days later,
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he announced his upcoming tour that's called the Most Wanted tour,
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which is actually going to kick off next month in Salt Lake
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City and then it's going to end in Miami.
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So Sap Buena la Cosa.
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Now, is he dropping a new album?
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Why are we speculating?
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What do we think?
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It's because bad bunny has deleted everything off of his Instagram,
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right? And bad bunny is known to delete everything because then
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something big is coming.
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Is it an album?
13:24
We don't know yet because even though he just dropped N Na
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Alo Quepasa Manana in October,
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let's go to 2020 where he drops not one,
13:34
not two but three albums and UN AO OK.
13:38
Ya Las A it was a surprise album during quarantine and then
13:44
he gave us el ultimo tour del mundo all within a year
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because bad bunny a lo que de la.
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So when people are saying,
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well, maybe now he's deleting everything because there's an album coming
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again. We don't know.
13:56
Can we speculate? Of course,
13:57
because Bad bunny a Todos.
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OK. So we have a new album possibly,
14:03
right? But also what's going on with La Cano is that
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they, they over?
14:09
Are they not over?
14:09
Because I kind of saw recently that they're talking again.
14:13
But I don't know that could just be rumors.
14:15
We don't know, you know,
14:16
bad bunny did do a little drop in one of his songs
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in Las Hermana where he's like se comos communic Meon des conta
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alluding that the public is like,
14:27
how do they talk to each other if language barrier?
14:29
And he's like, why do we tell them?
14:31
We don't know yet.
14:32
However, people did say that they're not really broken up because
14:35
Kendall did post some photos by a beach and fans were going
14:40
into to see what beach she was at and she was allegedly
14:43
in Puerto Rico with some friends and de Puerto Rico,
14:47
Benito Mao. But again,
14:50
we don't know. It's like bad bunny always likes to leave
14:52
us with some Easter eggs.
14:53
Here you guys go,
14:54
here's some crumbs that's literally on Brand Easter egg.
14:58
The bad bunny right now.
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I'm like, oh but oh my God thank you so much
15:06
I can, you know,
15:07
I have been able to cover all of bad bunny's tours so
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far. And so what I do know is that this upcoming
15:13
tour is going to be just in a Benito that we haven't
15:17
seen before. Ok.
15:18
If you go into his Na Delos Hermana album,
15:22
it's very western theme,
15:23
right? And then what's the name of it for the most
15:26
wanted? So, Yako Como Caballo,
15:29
Saco sombrero. He's been giving us that wild,
15:31
wild west vibe. He's been spending a lot of time in
15:34
the west coast, maybe shooting something.
15:36
So now with this one being called the Most Wanted Tour,
15:39
which is being produced by Live Nation and Remas,
15:41
it's like, ok,
15:42
I think we're going to see El Vaquero,
15:44
Benito, get your boots ready,
15:47
get your boots. Well,
15:49
I mean the Bonito tea is hot.
15:51
Thank you so much Grecia as always hoping to see you around
15:54
L A soon, maybe on tour.
15:56
I don't know. But thank you guys so much again
15:58
for the time to be with you guys in studio.
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No. Yeah, let's do it.
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A and speaking of spending.
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Oh Yes has. 00 You like that segue.
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Thank you. Yeah,
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that's what I'm talking about,
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baby. Appreciate the tip.
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Speaking of tips, boom.
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How do you like that segue again?
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Time two, baby.
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Let's get it. So you wanna start off talking about the
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tip culture? Has a tipping culture reached a tipping point.
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Oh, that wasn't.
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Oh It was on there.
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I was like, dude,
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you can put that on the spot.
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I was like, oh yes.
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All right. Anyways,
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go ahead. 00 hundreds.
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Hundreds. All right.
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All right. Go ahead.
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So you may have noticed that every purchase under the sun now
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comes with an option to tip.
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If you bought a Cafecito this morning,
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you probably had an ipad giving you the option to tip 15%
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18% 20% or more.
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Let me ask you a couple questions.
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Yeah, like so I don't know that that that'd be
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crazy. Anyway, go ahead.
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Yeah, I mean most people are on board with tipping.
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Many kind of service workers like a waiter after a sit
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down meal, which is very traditional.
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I feel like that's kind of always been well in some countries
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right? I feel like the US com it's I feel
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like it's getting a little out of hand like when does this
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end? Like am I being called that like for not tipping
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You know, but experts say that the rise in tipping
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like bakery and cafe?
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000, he's loving this.
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Thank you. Thank you.
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The whole experience, right?
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Thank you. Experts say that the rising,
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where were we? Experts say that the rise in tipping like
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bakery and cafe tips are going up 41 are went up 41%
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since 2021 has to do with social approval.
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So another question is who actually gets the tip?
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See this is the thing look is this,
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you grab your Snickers,
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you scan it and it's like,
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do you wanna leave a tip?
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And where does it go to?
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Does it go to the store?
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The workers, you know,
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it doesn't even say I would in fine print.
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It would say where it's going.
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I feel like more people will tip more if it was a
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more like kind of transparent of where this tip was going to
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No. Yeah.
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The guy restocking is like,
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yo, everything was organized and nice and pretty,
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I'll tip the guy if it goes to staff cleaning stuff,
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the janitors or whatever,
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you know, like OK.
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Yeah, like they deserve it,
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you know, they work hard.
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Yeah, like I'm down,
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I'm with it but I'm getting crazy.
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Yeah, it's get,
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it's getting crazy. Oh,
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we got a hot tip.
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We actually have our very own Jess from Long Beach on the
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ST 00, thank you.
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Thank you. Thank you.
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We actually have our very own Jess from Long Beach.
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She's out on the street right now,
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Jess. Can you hear us?
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Good morning. You guys.
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It's your girl, Jess.
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And we're reporting live from the city of Long Beach ba find
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me. You can see Colossus Bakery.
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I know we're on the topic of tipping culture and how
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out of hand it's gotten.
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But fun fact, Colossus is actually a no tip establishment.
19:09
They built their tips into,
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their prices,
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their coffee, their pastries and they pay their employees a living
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wage, which is really,
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really awesome. So,
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I know it's not something we typically see,
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but I'm hoping it's something we start seeing because math wise,
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it kind of feels like you're not tipping even if you are
19:26
It just makes sense,
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you know, I feel that I like that better,
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to be honest, I like being put on the spot,
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you know, like it just feels nice that it's already done
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for me. So there's no,
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no tablet is gonna ask you a couple questions kind of thing
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None of that you sign you go.
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So you don't feel like a quota after,
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right? No. Well,
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thank you, Jess.
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We appreciate you coming on and I hope you enjoy your cafecito
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Get somewhere warm.
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We love you. Hey mom.
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Hi Jess. And we actually also have Libo from south of
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the border Mexicali in the house,
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Libo. Where are you at?
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And what is the tipping culture situation looking like?
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Hello guys. I'm here outside,
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walking around making interviews for you guys.
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It is Libo from Mexicali and it's raining right now.
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So I'm with my ju on.
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So how are you guys?
20:26
How are you Bien Li?
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And I heard that you were talking to people around the
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neighborhood and asking them about tipping culture over there in Mexico
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Exactly. I have an interview with my Taquero actually because
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I went there to have some breakfast with some tacos de Orrego
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So I don't know if you want to see the interview
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about the tipping culture here in Mexico de La Raza.
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I huh. Just elaborate more on what he said,
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like does it the Taquero industry,
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I guess? Right?
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Is a little different you said does it matter by region
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the the service? Like what do you think about the culture
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in Mexico overall? Yeah,
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overall that you can divide Mexico into like northern and southern Mexico
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and usually like like in northern Mexico,
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you can see a bunch of cars running around when it's raining
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But it also tipping culture is very different like in,
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in in northern Mexico,
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we usually tip for as an extra for the service rather than
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in Southern Mexico. You tip for everything.
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Like if you go vacationing to the to Southern Mexico,
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you always have to carry cash because you have to give a
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lot of tips to anyone.
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The guy who opens the door for you,
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the guy who takes care of your car and usually they see
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when someone from northern Mexico goes to Mexico City or something like
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that, they see,
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they see you bad because you,
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you're not used to tipping for everything.
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So yeah, it's a different way.
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Thank you, Leva.
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Hey, go inside.
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Well, thank you so much for the answer to my house
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We'll send you a tip for doing the interview.
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My boy. Well,
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that's, it's raining in here again enough to mop the floor
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Oh, man.
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So that does it for this week's episode of Lincoln Bio.
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So you guys don't forget to tip because it's what keeps this
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show running. It also keeps our roof from leaking.
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It would be really nice to get some tips.
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And speaking of leaks,
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let's check in on that bucket show my God Lord
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have mercy. And we got a little picture here to show
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you how much water it collected throughout the show.
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All right. We're just point a little bit.
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Oh my God. Is there a Trapo in there?
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There is a tr you'll see it.
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Yeah. So yeah,
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please tip like, comment,
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subscribe all that stuff to contribute to the the leak
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repair fund thing. Thank you guys.
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See you next time.
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Shut up. You first lady first.