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Moon Backshots and the Crop Top Epidemic

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Cesar Carrión calls in from a militarized subway station, content creator Jenny Solares goes deep into crop tops and singer-songwriter Irene Diaz laments the state of the music business.
Show transcript
00:05
Oh, yeah. Hey guys,
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welcome back to Lincoln Bile.
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I'm Jenny and we have a very special guest for you guys
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today, Daniella. Hello,
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nice to meet you.
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We also have an action packed show,
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Tambien. We're talking about undocumented immigrants flexing their second amendment
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and the glass door is exposing us and we're talking
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about the dark side of the moon as well.
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There's a crop top epidemic,
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Jenny and there's subway stop and frisk going on tiktok Beauty hacks
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and Irene Diaz will be swooning us.
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Let's get into it.
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So Jenny, have you seen the new moon back shots?
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Nasty. You can't say that on here.
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You nasty. Socio man.
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I'm not talking about those back shots.
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I mean like literally the back of the moon.
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I never thought about that.
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You ever wonder what it looked like like the moon doesn't rotate
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like you don't see it.
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So it's a tidally locked.
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So the moon doesn't spin like earth.
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So it's just locked in and since the beginning of humanity,
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we've only seen one side and Jenny in 1972 it was the
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last time astronauts saw it.
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So Nasa is hooking it up with the,
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you know, only fans for the moon.
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Some pics of that ass.
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Stop it right here.
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You can't stop it.
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What's her Zoe? What's her?
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Z, I'm molesting the moon.
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Wait, let's zoom in.
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Let's see what's going on here.
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Ah, look at the boy.
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Wait, wait, wait,
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wait, chilling in the dunes of the moon riding a horse
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or a worm. It's a worm.
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Jenny. Oh man,
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Jenny. So you're familiar with glass door,
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right? Yes, I am.
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Isn't that where? Like people leave reviews for their past jobs
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Like anonymously, they used to be anonymously now they're getting
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put on blast for exposing people's full government names on the website
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Oh shit. So a blogger named Monica basically like dropped
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a blog about how her information got leaked on the website over
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through some emails. So like the web,
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the website basically connect the dots with the back comment and an
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email that a user used and just fucking expose them.
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Yo, so they're setting people up to get fired.
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Basically you imagine to let him review and your employee finds him
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like, yo, the fuck is this about?
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You know what? Thankfully I did not,
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I have not left a bad review for like anyone you sure
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about that? Yeah,
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like I don't need bad reviews.
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You pull that shit up.
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What the fuck is this mixed feelings?
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I've only been working with you for like three weeks.
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How you have mixed feelings,
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pros, free snacks and drinks,
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cons, everything is good except for the employee that looks like
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a Walmart Russ. I'm the only one that looks like Russ
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and then never washes his hands.
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What the fuck, bro?
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I don't even know.
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I don't wash my hands.
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I, I don't,
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I wash my hands.
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Right. I don't wash my hands.
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Right. How did you find that you weirdo?
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Anyway. So an Illinois judge has ruled that undocumented immigrants have
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the right to own a gun.
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Us District Court. Judge Sharon Coleman dropped gun charges against undocumented
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migrant Eriberto. Carvajal Flores.
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Oh, that's, that's definitely a mouthful.
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That's a Latino name right there.
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He was charged with unlawfully possessing a firearm in Chicago in 2020
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The charges were under a criminal code that makes it illegal
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for undocumented immigrants to have guns.
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The judge pointed out that Carvajal Flores's arrest was nonviolent.
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He had no felony,
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violent crime or weapon convictions because of this.
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She said he shouldn't be deprived of his second amendment rights.
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So obviously right wingers are mind blown right now.
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Carvajal Frode said that he bought the gun in self defense during
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a time of documented civil unrest in 2020 during the George Floyd
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protests. So the ruling follows the Supreme Court's decision in June
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2022 to expand gun rights at the time.
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Justice Clarence Thomas wrote that only gun laws that are consistent with
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this nation's historical tradition,
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comply with the second amendment.
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So the test is very broad nowadays.
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Yeah, this image is really testing me.
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Look at you like you're about to get shot right now.
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OK. So let's move on to our next story just as
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for fas summer is almost here and everyone wants to show their
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abs these days. Daniela,
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are you a fan of crop tops?
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Look, I may not get the abs but I do like
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showing a little skin sometimes or every day.
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I mean, it's fun and I got a ban but I'll
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show it. Yeah,
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but I prefer to hide it,
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but it depends on the day when I have lunch,
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dinner, you know.
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Yes. But sometimes I hate,
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I find a cute shirt and it's like freaking crop top.
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I'm like, damn,
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it just put a little bit more,
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you know, like regular T shirt,
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you know, because I don't always want to show my stomach
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but well, in support of more fabric,
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we found a beautiful song going viral.
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So let's let's hear it.
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I'm intrigued. Sick and TC I don't want to show my
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myself may forgive a ring.
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Where is my f Well,
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we have the superstar herself,
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Jenny. So Lares on yet.
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Hi, Jenny. Welcome,
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welcome. Thank you,
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Jenny. I love,
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love your song. Thank you so much.
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II I always be coming up with these crazy songs.
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I love it. So Jenny,
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tell me, are you actually Anti Crop Top?
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Tell me, what's the cheese man?
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Ok. I'm not super anti crop top.
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The thing is I need options.
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Right. Like, you know,
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some days you're feeling yourself and you're like,
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yeah. Right. But then there's some days where you're like
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all right, I want to be covered up a little
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bit, but not look like an Alita either.
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And I feel like it's like one or the other.
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Now you either got super crop or super AUA toss and I
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like, I need a good in between.
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You know what I mean?
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Same, same, especially when I'm bloated on my days that
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I'm, I'm like,
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oh, like I may be bloated but I'm not like a
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senora yet. I'm not a dona.
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No. Sometimes it depends like I'm going to church and I'm
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really just going outside like,
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and do you only see crop tops like in like in one
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size? No, the thing is ok,
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like for me, if I wear a crop top,
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right, I'm gonna wear like high waisted pants.
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You know what I'm saying?
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Because you, you,
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you can have a little crop.
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But I just feel like then like the lower belly,
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it's like I said in the song,
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like it gives me one of the Winnie the Pooh vibes.
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Let me tell you that Winnie the Pooh line that,
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that made me chuckle people.
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Oh my God. So tell me what's another Gen Z trend
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that breaks your heart?
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Well, ok, so for sure,
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I feel like gen Z is just bringing back a lot of
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the nineties vibes. And I,
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and I mentioned in the song like the low rise jeans and
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like, I'll take a crop top any day over low rise
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jeans because like, I can,
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I cannot do low rise.
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Like you remember the Britney Spears like Lindsay Lohan,
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Paris Hilton, like bones popping out.
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That's not low rise jeans.
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Like they either give me a muffin top or the Well,
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I don't wanna say,
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well, I'll say it a camel toe.
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I was like, I don't like you get a little,
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there's a lot of risks that play the come out,
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you know, with me.
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But so what trend do you want to come back?
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This isn't so much from back in the day.
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But remember when makeup in 2016 was popping off,
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everybody was with a big face and now everyone's doing really minimal
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just a little bit.
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I'm like, no bring it back.
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I want to look done.
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I don't know, something's bro.
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And I feel like I'm seeing it more online but yes,
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I'm hoping for it.
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I think it is.
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I see it more and more too because I remember like a
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year or two ago.
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It was very like,
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oh, I have no makeup look so proud of you like
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a dewy and just a little but it was that clean girl
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look. I just got out of the shower and I just
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look like this. But I want to look.
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No. Oh my God,
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I feel you on that.
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But thank you so much,
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Jenny. We really appreciate having you on the show.
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And where can people find you?
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You can find me on all my social platforms at Jenny Solas
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It's Jenny Solas.
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But if you just look up Jenny Solas,
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you can find me.
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Thank you for having me.
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Bye bye. Happy Friday.
10:21
Thank you. Happy Friday.
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So in response to a recent surge in subway violence,
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Governor Kathy Hochul has deployed 1000 members of the state police and
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national guard to patrol the subway system,
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right? And here to let us know the current state of
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the subway. Cesar Carrion,
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a fellow New Yorker checking in from Roosevelt,
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Ave Jackson Heights, Subway State Caesar.
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How you doing my brother?
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It's going well,
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I'm here like Gene said in Roosevelt Avenue in Queens.
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So, it's definitely interesting point of view at
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the moment. I will say,
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man, do you feel safer with all these cops?
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Like what's going on?
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Well, to be honest,
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I, I will say perhaps yes,
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it's safe because of everything that's going on in the news.
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But what about when it dies down?
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What about when they're no longer,
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what about when it's no longer being covered in the media for
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you know, two weeks,
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three weeks a month,
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then it becomes the same domino effect or,
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or rather the same cycle as it right back to,
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you know, all the crime and all that and then you
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know how it is,
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man, it's about phases out there.
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Did you get bag checked when you came in?
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So act, so I personally did not get bag checked because
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I'm just rolling around with a water with a bottle of water
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However, once I opened the double doors,
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I did see one gentleman,
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being ID and he had about three bags and so
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they went through every single bag and he looked harmless to me
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So that, that's one of the issues that I have
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is why are you going after people that look harmless?
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Right., you should definitely like if you look suspicious
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then I agree.
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Yes. Go ahead and,
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and you know, get their backs checked.
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Does this remind you of the stop and frisk arrow with Bloomberg
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Like, is this bringing flashbacks back because bro,
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you remember those days I was getting my uniform on?
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This is, yeah.
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No, 100% it,
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bro, like it's like a traumatic experience.
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I remember rolling around high school,
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maybe 8th, 8th grade,
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ninth grade, 10th grade and,
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and, and being stop and frisk at any moment just because
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I have a big bag on or I have a hoodie.
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So to see that come back in time just proves that history
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always repeats itself, right?
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And so to me,
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you know, rather than coming up with a solidified solution,
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you know, it seems like they're going back to something that's
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never worked. Right.
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That should never work,
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bro. I'll have my,
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I'll have my whole school uniform on TV.
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Why you stop and frisking me,
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sir? Do I look like I fucking have any type of
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weapons on me? You had books in your bag?
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That's it. That's what I had in my book bag.
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Books. So tell me how,
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how do you think this affects everyday subway users?
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Speaking? I, I'll say this right.
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I'll give you an example.
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My father, 64 year old man doesn't want to stop working
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right? You know,
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you know how they are right?
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When they come as immigrants and they come into America,
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they don't know how to stop working.
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So he tells me himself all the time.
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It's like, all right.
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Well, you know,
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I'm taking a train.
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I see somebody that looks a little dangerous.
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Yo man, Kudo,
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right? To, to,
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to prevent things from happening and even for myself,
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right? When you see huge lines,
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you see just cops there wasting your time.
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When you're taking a train to go to work,
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it creates chaos in your daily life and it doesn't make us
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comfortable. It doesn't make me feel safe.
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It's just, it's a mess right now.
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It's to, it's totally a mess.
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And thank you Cesar for checking in.
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Where can we follow you and check you out?
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Where can we find you online?
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Yes. so you could definitely follow me on Instagram.
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It's C ce A Z.
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Thank you for having me.
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truly appreciate it and I hope to connect soon.
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Thank you, man.
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Appreciate you, bro.
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Get home safe, man.
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No, thank you.
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Do you still want to go to New York?
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I do, I still do.
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I'm Colombian. I gotta know where to go and always,
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you know, keep your eyes open.
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Papaya. You know,
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like you can't give reason to stop.
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No, no, no.
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You, you know you familiar with the Citizen app?
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Yes. Oh my God.
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That shit don't stop in New York.
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That don't have to delete it from my,
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like every three seconds women throws a box of roaches that fucking
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somebody. Yeah. Like the most randomest shit on citizen.
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I hear sirens here straight to citizen.
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I'm like, I'm like my own little reporter because you can
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broadcast. Oh I did that once you tell me why,
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tell me why I went a little viral.
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Yeah, I went viral on the Citizen.
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A no, it wasn't a crime.
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It was a fire but like a,
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like a wildfire in the mountain and you just,
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I Yeah, and it started blowing up.
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I went live in New York one time.
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It was a subway fire,
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bullshit. Somebody had jumped in front of a train.
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Oh Yeah. Don't tell me.
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It's a, don't tell me it's a subway fire when this
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fucking guy like three carts under.
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Yeah, I think I saved this.
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I saved that shit.
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But anyways on to the next story,
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Tik Tok always has a new beauty hack and it's so hard
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to keep up. It really is.
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And you don't wanna like spend your time and money on something
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that isn't gonna work.
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So we're here to try some hacks out.
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These are random as fuck,
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you know, like I'm really excited to try them and see
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if they work. Did we go to the El Super Mercado
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for this? I'm probably,
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yeah, we probably went to El Super Mercado to be.
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Well, I think the first stop we have is some natural
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eyebrow lifting. Do you wanna,
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it's the real deal.
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The highest point of our brow you kind of just like lift
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ok, so you lift this and then you start rubbing
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on top and I think we have to do this for 20
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seconds. Should we start counting?
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I think we should.
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Ok. 1123456789. Why am I putting my middle finger up
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Oh I think I might be doing it.
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1113, 14, I skipped the numbers.
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1516, 1718, 1920.
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Should we? Oh shit.
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I don't feel like I look at oh wait.
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Oh wait is mine.
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I can't, I don't think it worked on me.
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You gotta do it harder.
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I didn't go hard enough but I think oh yeah.
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Yeah. Yeah. I look like you look like you're doing
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a little. It worked,
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it worked well, half worked.
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I, I don't think I did it hard enough though.
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So you have to get in.
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It was like natural Botox.
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Maybe it was the middle finger.
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It was the middle finger.
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You, you, you gave in your house.
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Sorry guys, I didn't mean to do that.
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I love you guys.
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But anyways, let's move on to the next set.
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So the broccoli we're gonna do apply freckles with broccoli
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and concealer. Oh OK.
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Yeah. So the broccoli is kind of going to be used
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as a brush. I see.
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So let's get, let's see,
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a big, a big ass piece like this.
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Well, maybe just,
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maybe a little stem off a tree.
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Here we go. This is your brush.
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We've got some concealers.
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So what do we do first?
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Show me first? So what we're going to do I believe
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is we're going to paint the,
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how do you call the e what do you call the end
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of a broccoli? The leaves,
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the leaves, the little,
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they look like little dots covering the end of the bro.
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I feel like a little me influencer.
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So this is my new faux freckle look and apparently we're
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just gonna dab dab fucking face.
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Let's do this. 000 I can't see shit.
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Wait a, wait a minute,
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wait a minute. Is it,
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is it work? I feel like one of those girls with
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like cute freckles because I don't got freckles.
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I got beauty nose look.
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I look like I have a brown nose.
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Oh, dude. I think we over freckled ourselves.
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Oh my God. 00,
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wait, wait, wait,
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wait, we gotta do the little with the brush.
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We gotta or not the brush,
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the little sponge. We gotta like pet it down and oh
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that's what was it like?
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You know, because it's too harsh.
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What do you think?
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Do a little more on your nose?
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A little, you but you have it all fucking and cool
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Well, I think this could work if done properly.
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Yeah, I say real deal.
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Sure. We're gonna try the sliced beets for the you
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know how they use those lip,
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like those lipsticks that are also like the tints,
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the, they just kind of work for whatever,
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whatever. Like, you know,
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the little multi sticks.
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So this the beat could go for a good lipstick and then
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also blush. You want add color.
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So let's give this a grab a piece.
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Let's see if this beat will give us a full beat.
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Yeah. Beat my face.
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I need you have to like I wait,
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I already noticed him.
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Mm oh Wait. And that's all natural.
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Wait, but it's not working on the top.
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It's not for me like get in there.
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Oh your, your lips on there and when you kinda do
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the top, do some blush Ok.
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I feel like colors.
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Definitely be good. Look at that.
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Oh, wait, this one looks a lot better than this
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one. Do a little on your nose.
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Just a little bit of color.
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Ok. Hey, how you doing?
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Ok. Yeah, I like it.
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You look gorgeous, Jenny.
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You look gorgeous, Daniela.
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Look at us. Look at,
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we're ready for like Coachella or something with a little frag.
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If we ever get stranded on an island with broccoli and
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beet beets and concealer,
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a little bit of concealer,
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you know, we'll be good,
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be just fine. I'd say these are all the real deal
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Yes, you should try them,
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you should try them for yourself.
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OK, so we are here with music artist,
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Irene Diaz. Thank you for joining us,
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Irene. Thank you for having me.
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Of course, it's a pleasure.
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And how is it like being a music artist in L A
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specifically in the indie genre?
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It's wild. I think being,
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being a Latina coming from L A,
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like I take some pride in it,
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you know, like taking pride in that.
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Yeah, the fact that like,
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like I'm an indie artist,
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like I like to find different genres of music that,
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that I tend to explore.
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But yeah, it's,
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it's exciting because I think people now are very,
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more open to, to hearing so many different types of music
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I've been doing this for the past 10 years and
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when I first got started and like,
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I was so shy and I was so just not knowing like
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where I fit in,
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but now it's not about fitting in.
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It's just about being yourself,
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being yourself and like,
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yeah, you like standing out,
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you know, you wanna,
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you wanna stand out.
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Definitely and, and how has social media and like,
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streaming made it easier or more difficult to stand out.
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A lot of artists hate social media.
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And like, I feel like I've been in that boat,
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but I also think like,
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it's a great way for artists to showcase to their fans and
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reach like a broader audience.
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It's, there's always good and there's bad,
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you know, and it depends on you and like how you
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come into it. Like,
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where is your heart when you want to like be there?
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Like, is it your ego?
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Are you wanting to like,
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oh, I want like so many fans and I want this
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But at the end of the day,
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like as artists, like,
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we're here to share our hearts,
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we're here to share music and just connection.
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So James Blake said that we're brainwashed to think music is free
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Do you agree in how people view music's value today?
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Yeah, I think,
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I think even as artists like,
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we don't, we don't see the value in what we bring
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and I think it needs to change.
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We all need to eat.
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We all need to survive.
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We need to pay our rent.
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But I think even just like supporting,
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like downloading, like the artists music that you love donating,
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even like, like I have on my site,
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I have buy me a coffee and people have,
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it's trying to figure out like ways to like show people that
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that you love what you do but also to give them
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the opportunity to show appreciation.
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But yeah, I think we are brainwashed because we see
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Spotify and people pay like a monthly fee and they think that
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oh, like I'm paying a monthly fee but at the
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end of the day,
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like you don't see any of that money.
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Like it's like 0.003 0.005.
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Just like what James Blake was saying?
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And what is your best core memory from your music career being
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on the N Pr tiny desk?
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Oh, that's cool.
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That happened back in 2014.
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That's awesome. That's,
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that was huge. Yeah.
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Yeah, I, I that opportunity was I,
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I feel like that was one of the biggest opportunities or one
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of my most exciting like opportunities that I've had,
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I'm so grateful. So the music industry is hurting.
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That's like there's major label layoffs.
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and artists being dropped,
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what would be your advice to newer indie artists?
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I would say to really expand like your streams of income.
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If you know how to play an instrument,
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thinking about teaching is a great way,
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but just like, don't don't give up.
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It's not about like,
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you at the end of the day.
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It's about people connecting with the heart and you're almost like a
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vessel and that's what we need to remember is that we're,
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we're here to connect with people.
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Yeah, definitely. Definitely.
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And then you should do Tik Tok lives.
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I don't know if you can definitely do Tik Tok live so
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people can send you presents,
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you know. Yeah.
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You don't have to like do the whole like like,
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I don't know if you saw that is so much.
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No, I seen that.
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I've seen that a little.
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Yeah, so definitely that,
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so this desk is pretty tiny.
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We hear something too.
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Yeah. Yeah. So thank you so much for having me
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here, Jenny. Well,
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we're super appreciative to have you here.
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So I'm gonna play you a song.
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This song is called,
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I love you madly.
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Then you, I got you on my my can goes on
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while we just, oh,
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you make me hello away.
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You wake me up.
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You so sweet cake.
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We break this down to you.
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I love you. Oh,
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I love you. No,
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Nango so beautifully. And they seed with honey to flower jacket
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He now wrote a song for you to see how special
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you. Oh, you are?
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Who I got you on my,
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my kid goes on while we just thought confuse me.
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Oh, I love you.
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Oh, I love you.
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They oh and yeah.
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Who here. Yeah.
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Oh I do, I do.
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Who will love you?
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Love you, man?
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What's so good? Thank you so good.
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Like I'm literally like,
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whoa. And I felt it too.
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Like that was beautiful.
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I mean, beautiful.
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Like I'm gonna probably like play in my car after work.
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I'm gonna look you up.
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I'll be like, oh,
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they're really good. Where can people find you and listen
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to your music? You can find me on Instagram.
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It's Irene Diaz or I have a website Irene Diaz official.com.
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Yeah. Thank you.
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Thank you again. Wow,
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I did it, Jenny.
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Thanks for having me today.
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It was so great to have you as a co-host.
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Thank you. I hope I get to come back.
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Yes, we hope to have you again next week.
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Oh, so what are you doing in the meantime?
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What are the weekend plans?
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Oh, well, I'm planning to get shit faced on Saturday
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Where's the invite?
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Oh, but Lord knows I need a drink.
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It's been a week.
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Any who, what are your plans?
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You know, I know they say bad bunnies hanging out
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with Gabriella, but it's actually Daniela.
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So he's flying me out to his nice concert in my dreams
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I'm going to say girl,
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why don't you invite?
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Oh man, but that was Lincoln Bio guys.
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I'm Jenny and I'm Daniela and we'll see you guys next week
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Happy Friday. Goodbye.
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Bye.