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Miami Spring Broke and Tequila Maestras

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Emma Winger from the American Immigration Council takes on laws that profile immigrant-looking people, Casa del Sol master distiller Carmen Gonzalez Alfaro explains good tequila, 16-year-old singer-songwriter Delilah shares her favorite movie, and Miami tour guide Carolina Florez shares Spring Break don’t’s.
Show transcript
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Hey guys, welcome back to Lincoln Bio.
00:10
I'm Jenny. I'm Gene and we've got an action packed show
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for you guys today.
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Like we do every show.
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All right guys. So we got Cardi B has some beef
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with sweetie at the Oscars.
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There's a baby swing recall.
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New camera regulations for Pervy Air BNB host and bad bunny.
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Sue's a fan and is Miami breaking up with spring break new
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laws targeting immigrants. And we're also speaking to Carmen Gonzalez about
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Tequila and we say,
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hey there to new artist Delilah.
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All right, let's get into it.
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Jenny. You heard of the Oscar beef?
00:53
No, you didn't get no tea.
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No rundown tea. The tea with me.
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That hair of yours.
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Cardi B is back in the headlines,
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man. So apparently there's rumors going around that she got into
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a screaming match at the Oscars screaming and she confirmed it on
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an IG live session where she said I definitely ran into somebody
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you know me,
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I don't play that shit.
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So what like what went down though?
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So they're saying that was a sub to sweetie.
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Who if you didn't know another rumor that she supposedly slept with
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Cardi B's baby daddy.
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Offset. 00 damn.
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Dang. That's crazy.
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So like, but like when they were together or like before
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or oh man, you know when it comes to these things
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ain't nobody married. So shit.
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But yeah, that's the rumor going around because Andriano and she
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went online and you know,
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on the IG live and just,
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you know, confirmed that she got into it with somebody.
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She didn't say who though.
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So she didn't wanna drop,
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she didn't wanna drop no names.
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But you know they're saying she just,
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here's a little tea,
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I'm not gonna give you the full cup but I'm just give
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you a little, I mean,
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if you had to pick one who would you pick though?
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Like if they got into it for real,
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for real, like throw hands.
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I, I like them both but I love my girl,
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Cardi. That's what I'm saying.
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Going with Cardi. She's from the Bronx,
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you know, and,
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and everything is a weapon.
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Everything is a weapon.
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But sweetie was like,
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hey, that's my type.
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Oh I see what you did there.
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You did that. I saw what you did there.
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Oh man. But you know there's no rules,
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there's no fight and I think Cardi got the sharper nails me
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too and she Dominican.
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No, no, just kidding.
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All right, let's move on.
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So this is important news for anyone who has a baby.
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63,000 swings sold at Walmart have been recalled for,
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you know, the,
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the risk of suffocation.
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How many babies have flown out the window?
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How many have suffocated?
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None. But I mean,
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it supposedly violates the safe sleep for babies act that bite
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and threw it into effect,
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which prohibits inclined sleepers and crib bumpers.
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It's crazy because you usually hear recalls on like cars but like
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baby swings like damn,
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what the fuck going on?
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Like make a better seat belt for them.
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Yep. It's called the Jewel Babies Nova Baby Swing.
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So you guys look that up if you bought one
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or have one or someone gave it to you at a baby
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shower, it's a questionable gift.
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Now after the story drops,
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if you buying that and you give somebody that baby swing.
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Well, so now you know,
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yeah, now you know,
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I mean it's crazy.
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Jewel just can't win or at least the name you know first
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the pods. Now the baby swing like just drop the name
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guys and it's a that's a long ass name for a swing
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jewel. Baby Nova Babies.
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Yeah. Imagine telling like yeah,
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we not ordering that or like somebody trying to order that shit
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Do Joel baby Nova.
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Not yet. Not happening,
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Jenny. I gotta go,
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I'll be right back real quick.
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You mind covering the next story for me?
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Sure. I mean I'll wait for you to start.
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So I'll be right back.
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Is that cheese? You better wash his hands 000 hell no
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Did, did you,
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did you wash your hands?
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What do you mean you went to the restroom?
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I saw you. You were here.
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How do you shit?
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How do you have footage of that?
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Your hands, dude?
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Yo, you know I had tacos last night.
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You lucky you lucky you call me peeing.
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I saw you. You lucky you called me peeing girl.
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You don't wanna know what Taco Bell does to me in the
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morning girl. Oh my God.
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You would happen to be a airbnb host,
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right? Well, funny thing is we're gonna be talking about
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airbnb right now. So guys get this Air BNB is actually
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banning all indoor security cameras.
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So back then you could have them like in like common areas
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but now they're banning them from everywhere.
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I'm sure people had like hosts,
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had them in the houses to stop parties and like crazy shit
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going on. But in my case,
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all you have footages of me fucking walking around naked.
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Well, I mean,
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I'm pretty sure there's enough people that were complaining maybe they even
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filed lawsuits against Air BNB to,
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you know, well,
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I've seen videos of people that go around the apartment or the
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house checking for it,
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like with these fucking wands for sure,
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double checking. Like,
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well, you have to because these are people's homes,
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they could put cameras anywhere and they have,
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I've heard stories they would put them in the bedroom and you
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know, people do their business.
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I'm just saying, like,
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it's, it's, it's insane,
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you know? But,
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yeah, they're being banned and,
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how do,
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how do you even enforce that?
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I don't know. How do you,
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how do you enforce that?
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Like, I just think the owner of the host will just
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get smarter sneakier cameras,
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smaller cameras. But do you think they'll inspect the home or
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like, maybe if someone files a complaint that there was
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a camera? Yeah,
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for sure. I think like they'll get banned forever from Air
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BNB. Yeah, I think that's probably the consequence,
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right? All right.
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Well, this is happening at the end of April guys.
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So get rid of all those cameras.
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I think twice about running around the airbnb naked.
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Yeah. Think twice.
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That's why I'd rather stay at a resort to be honest or
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a hotel or I don't know.
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That's just me. I like my grandma's house.
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So bad. Bunny is suing a guy named Eric Guillermo who
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is supposedly a fan for video taping his entire concert,
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basically. So full length videos of his concert.
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So 10 songs on youtube just posted them and not like on
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his phone or anything,
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right? No, it's like like legit a professional camera.
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So the singer says that he and his team told the fan
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Guillermo to remove the videos from youtube but Eric Guillermo put them
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back on and he went against bad bunny's words.
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Yes. So now bad bunny is suing him for guess how
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much? I don't know how much it,
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it's expensive. 100 and $50,000 per video in actual damages.
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Do you think he's really a fan though?
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Like they told you to take it down?
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You still put it up?
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You bootlegging like people bootleg movies.
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You're bootlegging a concert.
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So, and he told you to take it down and you're
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not listening. Yo,
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ca No, bro and delete the page because you ain't going
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to no more bad bunny concerts if you keep this shit going
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on. So Eva Longoria is making tequila jean.
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Mhm Yep. And it's called Casa Del Sol and it's actually
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one of the few women led tequila producers.
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I need to try that.
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Yeah. Honestly, it's actually pretty good.
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It goes down really smoothly.
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You can taste the quality and did you know tequila is only
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tequila if it comes from tequila.
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Y'all hear that? All y'all celebrities trying to make your own
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tequila. That shit not coming from tequila Mexico.
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This shit, not tequila.
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That's right. That's right.
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We have Carmen Gonzalez Alfaro,
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who is the master tequila distiller of Casa Del Sol.
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Hi Carmen. Hi,
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how are you? Good.
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And you, Carla?
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I'm good. Thank you.
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I'm very excited that I can talk with you.
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We're very excited to have you and we have some questions.
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So Carmen, what does it take to become a master distiller
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I was born in and raised in a tequila production
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radio. And I used to live at the University of Guadalajara
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where I obtained a degree in clinic pharmacologist.
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My first job after the college was at a small distillery here
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in Aranda. And I feel in love with the tequila process
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as simply as complicated at the same time.
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And Casa del Sol gave me the opportunity to and confidence
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to work with them like a master distiller.
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That's awesome. Congratulations.
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And, and yes,
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thank you. I wanted to ask,
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what are some of the ways that Casa Del Sol is giving
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back to the women in the Los Altos de Jalisco region.
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Well, Casa Del Sol believes in the potential of the
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woman in the in the industry.
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Casa Del Sol gave us leadership positions like a master
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dealer and the VP and other positions and employing local women
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This allow to them to support their families and continue
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their education with earning an income.
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That's amazing. That's great.
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That's a great cause.
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And also what do you think people should look for in a
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good tequila? What,
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what distinguishes it and you can drink alone is the best tequila
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for you. That's true.
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Yes, because sometimes you drink some tequila and you
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feel alcohol, a lot of alcohol in your mouth and
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it Yeah, let me ask.
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Thank you so much,
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Carmen. Thank you.
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No, I wanna try it now.
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Yeah. I wanna try too.
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Well, I mean,
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I've already tried it,
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actually, I've already tried it.
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It's really good, but I wanna try it again.
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Yeah. Yeah. Ok.
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Well, this story sucks.
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states governors and legislators have always been harassing immigrants but
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now Georgia, Florida and Texas have taken it to a whole
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new level. The Georgia State House passed a bill that allows
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for anyone suspected of being in the United States illegally to be
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arrested. Texas is also on the same wave,
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Texas law enforcement at state and local levels have the authority under
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law SB four to arrest jail and prosecute migrants for unauthorized entry
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or re entry into the US,
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which goes against the federal government's immigration policy.
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And Florida has proposed a bill that could get you arrested as
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a smuggler if you're driving someone around who is an illegal immigrant
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that's insane to help explain these bills and laws and how
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it will affect civilians.
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Is Emma Ringer from the American Immigration Council.
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Hi, Emma, welcome.
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Can you explain how these new laws and bills will lead
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to profiling? As you just mentioned,
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lots of states are passing laws or considering passing laws that allow
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police officers and other local law enforcement authorities to arrest or detain
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a person based only on the fact that that person supposedly came
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into the country illegally or is undocumented.
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So this law called SB for creates new state crimes for illegally
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entering Texas from Mexico and illegally reentering Texas after being deported.
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And that part even applies if someone is now has legal status
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they could still,
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in theory be arrested in,
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in Texas for that.
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And it also requires Texas judges to order people deported,
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if they're convicted of these new crimes.
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Now, as you mentioned,
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there are a lot of problems with this law,
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including that states are not supposed to decide who can
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enter this country and they definitely aren't supposed to deport people.
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And that's why the federal government has filed a lawsuit challenging the
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law. And why the federal court has blocked it from
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going into effect. So that case is at the Supreme
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Court and we should find out soon whether SP four will actually
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go into effect. But as you mentioned,
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a big problem with these laws is that they essentially tell police
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officers, right, that they can arrest somebody that they think
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is here illegally and that raises real concerns about racial profiling,
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which is not new,
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right? There are a lot,
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there have been a lot of studies showing that police already disproportionately
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target black and brown people for stops and arrests.
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And now these laws basically have local law enforcement of officers
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looking for people, they think look undocumented,
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right? On that note,
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like, what makes someone look illegal?
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Should we like? What can we tell people about?
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Like, you know,
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is there a way that we can look not illegal.
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Like, I don't understand,
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there's no such thing as looking illegal,
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right? But I think when you talk about what to tell
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people, right? It's really important to remember that everybody has
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constitutional rights when they are approached by the police.
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and this is true,
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no matter what your immigration status is,
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right. You do not have to tell a police officer,
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your immigration status. You can say that you need to speak
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to a lawyer. It's really good to investigate your rights
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because there are lots of resources out there even if you just
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Google, right? No,
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you're right. There are a ton of good sources out
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there. Thank you so much for joining us today and
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helping us understand a little bit more,
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helping our community understand a little bit more.
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because like you said,
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they do have rights and often times they end up feeling like
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it's laws like these that make them feel like they don't.
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So it's always important to talk about no matter how difficult
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it is. So,
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thank you so much,
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Emma. Thank you and thank you for having me.
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Thank you for coming on.
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So, Jess, what do you think of when you think
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of spring break? Oh girl,
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I think of like the early two thousands when you know,
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MTV would have that show and it was literally like what
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spring breakers or like you would go to spring break in Miami
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and like have a show and like everything I always wanted to
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go, but I never went,
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I went, yeah,
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I went but not for spring break.
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We actually went to Miami during spring break for my
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Prima's Bachelorette. It was like,
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why there's so many wild people here and it turns out it
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was spring break dude.
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I can imagine that crazy dude.
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Like it was crazy.
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This, this guy literally like punched another dude and he knocked
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he just lights out on the floor.
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I, I witnessed that.
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I was like, oh my God,
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what just happened? I don't know what happened,
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but that's spring break in Miami for you.
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So Miami is based,
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you're doing everything to stop spring break,
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it's getting so intense that they're closing parking lots having
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bag checks and they even released a cringy ass commercial against it
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Not a commercial,
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a commercial. It's getting so bad and I believe it because
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I was there. I witnessed it.
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So to talk about this mayhem and what's going on in Miami
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We have Miami Resident,
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tour guide and content creator,
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Carolina Flores with us today.
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Hi, Carolina. Hi guys.
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Welcome. We know what's going on over there.
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And as a Miami resident,
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what do you think about the city?
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Like breaking up with spring breakers?
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Like with like rules like curfews early and $100 parking
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Do you agree with the measures if I'm gonna be completely
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honest as a Miami resident,
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as a tour guide,
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as a promoter of arts and culture.
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Yes, because it's really gotten very hectic to the point where
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we question, what are we gaining from all of this sort
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of publicity or exposure of awareness?
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You know, how are we being seen and perceived throughout the
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world when the media has only this kind of things to
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show? So it's a little crazy you could say,
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but I think the measures have been working.
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But historically, the third weekend of March is the weekend that
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is the craziest and that's the one coming up.
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So I feel like we're gonna have to really wait and see
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up until the end of March really to see if these rules
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are actually working.,
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but as far as I'm concerned,
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I think it's,,
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yeah, I, I agree.
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Do you think the,
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the rules are really preventing spring breakers from visiting or do you
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think they will still come?
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So, do you think that,
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that, that video is gonna really like,
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prevent this from happening?
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Absolutely. I mean,
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who wants to come to a place where there's gonna be a
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curfew and where you're gonna have to pay a $100 parking fine
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And when you're a tourist,
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you almost always most likely have to rent a car.
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So you will be paying that parking fine.
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You're gonna have to account for that.
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that's definitely gonna deter a lot of people from coming
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here and from adjusting their travel plans to come here at a
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different time, maybe to come here for different things.
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So, you know.
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Yeah, I think that is going to deter people from coming
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here. Absolutely. $100.
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I, I came here to South Beach on my
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bike and I live in Little Havana.
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I'm not even trying to drive here.
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Yes. Oh, my gosh.
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Do you personally like it when you have spring breakers in Miami
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You know, in tourism,
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who is my market?
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My market is people who are interested in arts,
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culture and history. So,
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you know, if we don't have the spring breakers causing ruckus
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and, and destroying private property,
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I think, I think we would be better off.
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Honestly, we have a lot of arts and culture here and
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residents for many decades have been working very,
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very hard to try to promote this arts and culture.
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So it's maybe a little crazy to people because we've had a
19:30
lot of new residents come here.
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but I think that the people that have lived here
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for at least 10 years to us,
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it's not something so outlandish since we've been working towards this for
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a really long time.
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Oh, well, I hope the city has a chance to
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truly shine now beyond the beaches.
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And so in your experience,
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like how crazy has like spring break been?
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Like, what's the craziest thing you've seen?
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The craziest thing? That I've seen is while working as a
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tour guide, just being around all of these crowds and being
20:01
close to one of these shootings,
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not directly seeing it,
20:05
but being in that vicinity,
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you know, and,
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and people seeing, not seeing people,
20:11
but seeing people literally die for a parking spot.
20:14
That happened to me that happened one time.
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while I was,
20:18
while I was here in South Beach,
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two people got into an argument,
20:21
they pulled out their guns and they shot each other for a
20:24
parking spot and it's just like that was insane to think about
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and like insane to,
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to be around that energy.
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So it's definitely it can definitely get really crazy,
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you know, and it's all about attracting the right market to
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come here. So we wanna,
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we wanna attract the people who are actually interested about,
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interested about learning Miami's history.
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Miami has surprisingly, for being such a young city has an
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immense amount of depth in history.
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We've gone through so many different phases,
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overcome every single one of those phases.
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We have one of the largest collections of beautiful art deco architecture
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Like we just have so many things to see and do
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here that is other than just partying,
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you know, being reckless.
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Yeah, for sure to be like someone who doesn't enjoy like
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a night out, but you don't need to shoot 1000%.
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Sure. Oh my God.
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Yeah, that's insane.
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Thank you for sharing that with us.
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So for anyone who wants to visit Miami and learn about the
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arts and the culture and the history and the architecture.
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Give my girl Carolina a call.
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where can people find you?
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They can find me on Instagram at Caro the tour guide.
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OK. Sounds good.
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Thank you so much for joining us Carolina.
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Thank you guys so much.
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Hope you have a great rest of your day.
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You too. Thank you and good luck next weekend.
21:49
So we are here with singer and songwriter Delilah.
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Yeah, I'm so honored to be here today and to be
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able to talk with you today.
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I'm excited. So we're excited to have you.
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We're super excited to have you and you're only 16,
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right? Oh my gosh,
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dude, such a young talent.
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How does it feel to be the first woman signed to Natania
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Cano's label? Insane.
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I feel like sometimes it doesn't even feel real.
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I'm extremely honored, especially like being the Primera mujer,
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the first, the first woman to be able to expand Los
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Te and to work with Nata Nel Cano and all the other
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artists that are signed his label like Gavito Vallesteros or Alejandro Buena
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and just like to,
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to be able to work with them and to write with them
22:41
is, is a surreal feeling.
22:44
That's awesome. And I would imagine even maybe even the youngest
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too. So, I mean,
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if they say like,
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I don't know how young you can get after you're 16.
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That's awesome. And what's the hardest thing about being an artist
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for me is probably leaving home so often leaving my siblings and
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like my friends in town.
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but I always call them whenever I get the chance to
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and I hope that in in the future we can all go
23:13
on like a tour like like when we go on tour
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if I get the opportunity to go on tour that I
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can take them all on a bus.
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And I, I have four younger siblings.
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So, yeah. So you want like everyone in a bus
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like Selena and yeah,
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I feel like that's one of the hardest,
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one of the hardest things is leaving my family and who's an
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artist that you look up to.
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I definitely say like Na Nel Cano.
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I think a big one too as well,
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Selena Quintanilla. And that you mentioned her as it's kind of
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crazy. She's, she's a very big mentor of mine.
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I, I always look at her,
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her past interviews or the things that she did or how she
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impacted people. And I,
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I wanna do the same thing and then obviously like the whole
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lo at the team is very,
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they're, they always push me to be my best.
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Y I look at them a lot for inspiration and look up
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to them a lot.
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So it's like one big family.
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Yeah, honestly. Yeah.
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And especially being like,
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like being the only girl in Los at,
24:10
they're very protective. Like,
24:12
it's like a big,
24:12
it's like Big Brother energy,
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you know. So.
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Yeah. Yeah. Yeah,
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I love that. Yeah.
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And what's one thing?
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No, like, no one knows about you or,
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like, hardly anyone knows about you.
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I have a favorite movie from,
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like, when I was really little or definitely.
24:30
I also have like,
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a favorite show too.
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Like, a lot of,
24:33
a lot of people don't really know this but El Chavo,
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like, I, I really liked,
24:37
I really liked watching that show.
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Yeah, especially with my,
24:40
like, I just remember going to,
24:41
like, being with my Alito and having that playing on the
24:43
TV, or, like having the tele Novelas playing and there's
24:47
this other show or this movie?
24:48
Sorry, that I grew up kinda watching a little bit mostly
24:52
from my mom's side because my mom's from Washington too.
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She's American. So I'm,
24:55
I'm Mexican American. So it's called Fern.
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It's very, it's a very,
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yeah, it's a very old movie but it's,
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it's a good one.
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It brings, it gives me a little nostalgia every time I
25:07
watch it. Yeah.
25:08
So you grew up,
25:08
like, watching it in,
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like, Dora but Dora?
25:15
But can we get a snippet of,
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like, something new that you have?
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Yeah. I mean,
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like a new song that hasn't released or like my past song
25:24
I mean,
25:24
whatever you want to play for us,
25:26
I think I'll play I'll play a little snippet of molo but
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that just came out this month.
25:30
So. Oh my God.
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Yes. And just a snippet,
25:35
right? It doesn't have to be like the whole song or
25:37
what do you think?
25:38
Let's do the whole thing.
25:39
We want, we want a free show.
25:42
Ok. Sounds good.
25:44
Ok. This they one so husband us so miss that.
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Oh, good. Oh,
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you. Oh, ok.
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Thank you so much.
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So good. Delilah.
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Oh my gosh. I'm definitely gonna go and,
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and add you on Spotify.
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Thank you. Yeah,
29:33
I'm very appreciative like all the love that I'm getting with this
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song. I mean,
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especially with my last,
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my first two songs.
29:39
It's, it's an incredible feeling.
29:41
I'm excited, very excited for you.
29:42
We're excited for you and we're here to support in any
29:45
way that we can and we just wanna thank you so much
29:48
for coming in and where can you know,
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people listen to you and,
29:52
and, and find up any upcoming shows that you have
29:56
My music is available on all,
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all platforms. And then I'm also performing in Suenos Festival
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in Chicago, which is coming up in May and then also
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Baja Beach Fest in Rosarito.
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So I'm excited. Very excited.
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Thank you so much.
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Thank you for having me.
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All right guys. That's it for this episode of Lincoln Bio
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I'm Jenny. I'm Gene and we'll see you next time
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Saint Patty's Day, Sunday Wear Green.
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Please don't get pinched.
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Don't get there.